Lakhs gathered to protest for Mandsaur Rape, yet Media is silent- why?

Humans can’t get any worse than this. In a disastrous incident that is hard to imagine, a 7-year-old girl was abducted and brutally raped by the 20-year-old Md. Irfan in what is deemed contrary to the spirit of mankind. After school, on June 26 evening, the girl was waiting for her family to pick her up from school, where Irfan kidnapped her and drew her to the bushes behind bus stand area, where he committed the sin.

In the process, he even slit the girl’s throat with a knife, inserted an iron rod into her private parts tearing her intestines apart. This disgusting scene just goes to show that how things have gone from bad to worse. Irfan was caught by police last night and is in custody now.

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The incident happened in Madhya Pradesh’s Mandsaur on June 26 and the whole incident came to light quite recently. Following this disturbing incident, lakhs of people gathered to protest for Mandsaur rape for many hours demanding justice for a Hindu girl. Yet the media is silent because the accused is from Muslim community.

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We saw thousands from Bollywood, media and other areas raising their voice for Asifa who was allegedly raped in a temple. But all of them have apparently fallen silent on this issue. They haven’t spoken a word. In fact, the national media is silent on the issue as if nothing has happened in the country.

In a competitive world where India is more into the new era of Science & Technology, Space Exploration and other factors in the build-up to the economic development in India, the nation is still carrying an unwanted record which we people are aware of.

With so many records to boast about India’s development, their failure to stop rape cases is haunting like hell. Rape is the fourth most common crime in India. The level of rape cases in our nation is increasing. It is learnt that most of the rape cases were committed by someone known to the victim.

Apart from rape cases, India is subjected to human traffickings such as sex slavery, domestic servitude and customary practices such as female infanticide, forced marriage, stoning as well.