Dear Editor, We have not learned lesson even atrocity meted out with the girl Nirbhya case on 16th of December 2012 regarding the rape with that 23 years girl and still some of the rapist are in jail. And now in Hyderabad encounter case with four rapists who did heinous offence crime with a lady doctor called Disha is beyond toleration and encounter of four culprits/rapists on 6-12-2019 is welcomed by every Indian and is an exemplary example in the History of India. As a matter of fact, there is need of change in the legal system, as to the punishment i.e death penalty/vigorous and stringent legislation to the rapists. Social Justice – as a fundamental might in the comprehensive form in fact, “Welfare State” is defeated herein in the present context, on the one hand the women who are mothers, sisters, daughters and their counterpart in-laws – all are human being forming part of our society and on the other hand they are not treated equal in the society. In the olden days, when there was little awareness of the society, the liberty of the women was confined to the four-wall of the houses and they were even sacrificed when the tradition of Sati was in prevalent. But since now there is awareness amongst the public, plight of women, enlightened and awakened our society, there is urgent need to change the society through educating the public. Although women are now taking active part in every field, may it be political, defense, security forces, education, industry or any other field but despite that their security is threatened time and again. If the aims and objectives of social justice are to be achieved through liberty, equality and fraternity, essential reflected in the preamble of our constitution, crimes against the women have to be stopped with immediate effect by enforcing stringent measures and law. There have been debates and discussions for the cause of women, growing harassment and domestic violence but nothing concrete has come out till date due to the flexibility of our legal system, which is required to be changed by making law in Parliament. Justice delayed justice denied. From time to time, government is proposing formulation of commission and setting up of organizations for the redressed of women’s victimization but no stringent steps have so far been taken for enforcement of such law which could prohibit unwanted happening in future. Some of the result oriented measures in view of essentials of principles of our society and culture which can be taken, are by educating the masses by launching various cultural, social-welfare programmes in the educational institutions and colleges making the public and youngsters aware of the problems of the women concrete, enforcement of vigorous and stringent legislation. Isher Singh Jasrotia, Patel Nagar, Distt. Kathua.
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