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    While we were distracted by Trump, Republicans advanced these 9 terrifying bills

    March 4, 2017

    The Republican-led Congress is wasting no time forcing through the most horrendous bills seen in decades while America’s eyes are on Russia.

    With both houses of Congress solidly under Republican control, there’s little in the way to stop House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) from sending bills to President Trump’s desk that embody the most dangerous aspects of radical right-wing ideology.

    However unlikely these bills’ passage would have seemed in the 114th Congress, the possibility of these nine bills becoming law is much higher now, especially considering the flurry of headlines around Donald Trump’s ties to Russia, Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ recusal on the ongoing investigation into the president’s Russian connections, and Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak’s multiple meetings with several of Trump’s top lieutenants

    Here are the nine worst bills to keep an eye on:

    1. H.R. 861: To terminate the Environmental Protection Agency

    This bill — cosponsored by Republican members of Congress from fossil fuel-producing states — is just one sentence long, and says nothing about what would happen to the multiple environmental regulations the EPA has instituted since 1970, or its multibillion-dollar budget, or its thousands of staffers. H.R. 861 is currently awaiting action in the subcommittee on environment.

    2. H.R. 610: Tax dollars for private schools

    Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) introduced this bill in January, which would redistribute funding earmarked for public schools in the form of vouchers for parents to send children to private schools. Over the long term, this would eventually bankrupt public schools, and create a stratified education system in which cash-strapped public schools would be unable to meet the educational needs of low-income students. The bill is awaiting action in the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

    3. H.R. 899: To terminate the Department of Education

    If this bill, introduced by Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Kentucky), becomes law, the U.S. Department of Education would terminate by the end of 2018. The bill’s brevity leaves many questions unanswered, like what would happen with Department of Education grants for public schools and universities, its budget, or its staff. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has said she would personally be “fine” if the agency she heads were to be abolished.

    4. H.J.R. 69: To repeal a rule protecting wildlife

    Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska), whose constituents likely include hunters who kill wildlife for sport rather than for food, introduced this joint resolution voicing displeasure with a Department of Interior rule that prohibits “non-subsistence” hunting in the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge. The resolution passed the House and is awaiting action in the Senate.

    5. H.R. 370: To repeal the Affordable Care Act

    While President Obama was in office, House Republicans voted at least 60 times to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — also known as Obamacare — despite its futility. However, the Trump administration has made the repeal of Obamacare a top priority, meaning the repeal bill from Rep. Bill Flores (R-Texas) is likely to pass.

    6. H.R. 354: To defund Planned Parenthood

    Rep. Diane Black (R-Tennessee) introduced a bill that would prevent any federal grants from going to Planned Parenthood for a full year unless they swore to not perform abortions.

    7. H.R. 785: National Right-to-Work legislation

    Conservative ideologue Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) is aiming to cripple unions at the nationwide level with a bill that would systematically deprive labor unions of the funding they need to operate. Unions often provide one of the crucial pillars of support for Democratic candidates and causes, and conservatives aim to destroy them once and for all by going after their funding. It’s important to note that right-to-work is bad for all workers, not just union members — in 2015, the Economic Policy Institute learned that wages in right-to-work states are roughly 3.2 percent lower than in non-right-to-work states.

    8. H.R. 83: Mobilizing Against Sanctuary Cities Act

    Multiple cities and states around the country have openly stated that they won’t abide by President Trump’s plan to aggressively round up and deport undocumented immigrants. A bill by Rep. Lou Barletta (R-Pennsylvania) would strip all federal funding of any city that doesn’t obey Trump’s immigration policies for up to a year.

    9. H.R. 147: To criminalize abortion

    Rep. Trent Franks (R-Arizona) wants to aggressively prosecute pregnant women seeking abortions, along with abortion providers, by making abortion a felony punishable by up to five years in prison. The bill is currently awaiting action in the Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice.

    To fight back against these bills, call 202-224-3121, ask for your member of Congress, and tell them to vote no.


    http://resistancereport.com/politics...ills-congress/

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    New Delhi: Gang-raped, woman walks nude, begging for help

    The woman told the police that the accused forced her to consume alcohol. The five accused have been arrested

    A 26-year old Nepalese woman walked the streets of Delhi nude, begging for help on Sunday morning after escaping her rapists who thrashed her and confined her to a room in East Delhi.

    The woman scaled the wall of the first floor apartment in Pandav Nagar and jumped to escape the torture after being allegedly raped by five men. As she walked on the roads nude, passersby stood as mute spectators and did not even offer her clothes.

    The police said all five accused have been arrested.

    According to the police, a person who saw her jumping from the balcony of the apartment informed the police at 5:45 am. CCTV footage from one of the cameras in the locality showed the woman walking on the road naked, with men walking by but none helping her or giving her clothes.

    She was finally seen taking the help of an auto-rickshaw driver who offered to drop her. A sedan car also passed by but none of them stopped to help and others watching her talking to the auto driver.

    "The Emergency Response vehicle of the police rushed to the location and took her to to the LBS hospital. She had suffered minor injuries on her legs while jumping from the apartment. She resides in the Munirka area,"a senior police officer said.

    In her complaint, the woman told the police that the five accused forced her to consume alcohol. The men have been identified as Naveen Kumar, Prateek Kumar, Vikas Mehra, Sarvjeet and Lakshya. All five work at a call centre.

    The victim reached Pandav Nagar with one of her friends, Vikas, who had invited her for a party at a friend's residence. On the way, she met two other friends of his and the trio reached their friend's house in Pandav Nagar where two other accused were also present. Vikas told the girl he had to head out for some work and would be back later.

    A case under Section 376D (gang rape), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 377 (unnatural sex), 506 (criminal intimidation), 342 (wrongful confinement) was registered.


    http://www.dnaindia.com/delhi/report...e-road-2351181

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    No Evidence That A Single Muslim Voted For The BJP In UP

    Claims to the contrary aren't backed by data.

    14/03/2017

    A lot has been said about Muslim support for the BJP in Uttar Pradesh given the scale of its victory, but none of this is borne out by the numbers. What can we say about how Muslims voted?

    1. There is no evidence that Muslims voted for the BJP.

    Despite political statements and some stories in the media, there is just no evidence for this. There is not a single constituency where the BJP's voteshare exceeds that of the Hindu population of that constituency.



    Sahibabad is the only constituency where it's close--the winning BJP candidate, Sunil Kumar Sharma, won 61% of the votes in the constituency, while the share of Hindu population in the constituency is between 60 and 65%. Data on voteshares and the Hindu and Muslim population come from Datanet India, which compiled the data from the Election Commission of India and the Census of India respectively.

    In that constituency, the Congress and BSP candidates between them got 36% of the votes; the Muslim population of that constituency is between 35 and 40%.

    2. BJP candidates winning from a large number of seats with a significant Muslim population does not mean that Muslims voted for the BJP.

    In a first-past-the-post system, candidates typically need between 30-35% of the voteshare in a constituency to win. In this election, BJP candidates did particularly well; the median voteshare of winning BJP candidates was a whopping 43.64%.



    Yet what most forget is that even in UP, there are few Muslim-majority constituencies. There are only seven constituencies in UP with more than 50% Muslims (meaning that a party can win the state without a single Muslim vote)--and the Samajwadi Party won all of these. The BJP's winning streak essentially begins when the Muslim population goes below 45%.

    3. Strategic voting failed

    Of 82 constituencies with more than 30% Muslims, the BJP won 62. But it appears that the Muslim vote was split between the SP and the BSP--in 60 of these constituencies, their combined voteshare was higher than that of the Muslim population. Given that in a majority of these constituencies both or one of the SP/ INC and BSP had a Muslim candidate, it is very likely that the Muslim vote got split between the SP and the BSP.



    So rather than strategically voting to keep the BJP out, it could be argued that UP's Muslims actually failed at strategic voting.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.in/2017/03...-the-bjp-in-u/

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    BJP and Modi are doing election fraud to say that Muslims voted for them or that they can win in UP without a single Muslims vote.

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    ‘Rape Dead Muslim Women’ said Yogi Adityanath, Modi made him Chief Minister of UP in India



    Yogi Adityanath member of BJP Hindu right wing fundamentalist party told Hindus to Rape Dead Muslim Women. Indian Prime Minister Naradnera Modi appointed him next chief minister of UP after the winning large number of seats in the recent elections.

    In his speech to a charged crowd ‘he said that we will take the right of vote from the Indian Muslims and declare them 2nd class citizens. He also said: Masjid will be converted into Hindu Temples and instead of Muslim call to prayer ‘Azan’, they will call ‘Har Har Mahahdave’ from the Masjids. Armed Hindu gangs are openly parading in the streets. He told the charged crowd: ‘take the Muslim women out of their graves and rape them’.


    Following video is not only shocking but also alarming to the over 300 million Muslims living in India.


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    How to get away with murder in India? Blame a man for eating beef

    In the name of cow protection, Hindu vigilante outfits continue to target Muslims based on rumours.

    A year and half after the horrific Dadri incident, Hindu vigilantes continue to "cry beef" and hunt for Mohammad Akhlaqs.


    The manager of a Jaipur hotel faced a similar hungry mob on Sunday night (March 19) that stormed the place over rumours of serving beef.


    According to a report in The Indian Express, the owner of Hotel Hayat Rabbani, Naeem Rabbani, has alleged that after taking his manager into custody, police brought him back among the cow vigilantes “to calm them down”. He was also slapped around and manhandled in police presence.


    Rabbani, who held a press conference with his staff a day later, said: “A repeat of Dadri had been averted."


    Much to the chagrin of the mob, the meat "appeared to be chicken legs". Nevertheless, the seized meat was sent to the forensic laboratory for "testing to placate tempers", according to police.


    At the press conference, Rabbani vehemently denied of ever serving beef. The hotel, he said, had prepared special chicken for their nine staff members, and it was this that the crowd had mistaken for beef.


    It's a sad testimony to the times we are in that our law enforcing agencies ran after the piece of meat, instead of identifying the culprits who incited the communal mob, to authenticate its variety.


    In Rajasthan, like many other states in India, killing of cows, bulls and bullocks as well as possession and transportation of their flesh is banned. The BJP government in the state has also set up a cow department for the welfare of the animal.



    After what happened in Bishahra village in Dadri on September 28, 2015 — when Mohammad Akhlaq was beaten to death by a hungry mob over suspicion of storing beef at his house — many saner voices questioned the absurdity of sending a piece of meat for forensic testing. What kind of a country do we live in where the chunk of meat became the actual "cause" of Akhlaq's death and not the ones who mercilessly killed him?


    Those questions were never answered by the "authorities concerned" because they didn't have any answer. The actual motive behind Akhlaq's killing was always out in the open. It was never about whether the meat was or wasn't beef. It was about how to pin a "crime" on the sleeves of a man who belong to the "other" community and then incite another brute mob. This is how you keep the communal cauldron burning, especially when elections are nearing.


    Those who wanted to score a point in Dadri have actually succeeded in doing so.


    After the recent ascension of Yogi Adityanath to Uttar Pradesh CM, the Thakur-dominated village of Bishahra reportedly danced and celebrated late into the night.


    Why?


    Because they believe it's a matter of pride that a cow protector like "Yogiji" has become their chief minister. "Now we expect justice to be done,” Ved Nagar, the head of Gau Raksha Hindu Dal, was quoted as saying by The Hindu. The same report said Nagar believe that Adityanath’s appointment “gives hope that the accused in the Akhlaq murder case would soon get bail”. He was quoted as saying, "The villagers now see a “ray of hope” because Adityanath had stood with the accused."


    The timing of the Jaipur incident seems especially curious as Rajasthan is gearing up for an Assembly election in 2018. Not that cow protectors and self-appointed Hindu vigilante groups are not working hard to prepare the ground for elections.


    Recently, Bollywood filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali was assaulted by members of the Karni Sena in Jaipur where he was shooting for his film Padmavati. His fault: The film was presenting "distorted facts about Rani Padmavati" and thus showing "Hindu faith and culture in negative way".


    The March 19 incident may not have a direct link with Bhansali's assault but they don't seem isolated.


    According to this report in Hindustan Times, one of the protesters gathered outside hotel Hayat Rabbani, told the cow vigilantes not to worry about the strength of protesters. “Don’t worry about the numbers as it will just take me a couple of phone calls to assemble 200 people from somewhere else. After all, it was me and my friends who slapped Sanjay Leela Bhansali on the sets of Padmavati.”


    India has two types of beef eaters — one who actually loves the meat, but doesn't necessarily get to eat it, and the other who gorges on rumours about beef.
    So, it's not surprising that in a country — which incidentally tops the hunger list — its people are hungry for the rumoured beef and satiate themselves by "lynching" people for "possession of beef".


    The initial reports in the Jaipur incident, too, point fingers at how there is a common pattern that runs through the heart of mob lynchings like Dadri.


    How a group first spreads the rumour based on what they saw and "it appeared like beef". Then comes in the gau rakshaks and their leaders (in this case Sadhvi Kamal "Didi", the national president of Mahila Gauraksha Dal).


    She reportedly addressed the gathering of protesters and discussed the course of action.


    "I am not afraid to sacrifice my life for gau mata. I am ready to be with you in any protest or gheraos to teach the people of this hotel a lesson. But the residents of this colony will also have to participate and they shouldn’t back out at the end moment,” she was quoted as saying. She even asked those in the gathering from Kanti Nagar to raise their hands (who agree with her).


    If this doesn't amount to inciting a mob and creating communal tension then perhaps it's true the country and its people don't need any protection from the law enforcing agencies. Why do you need the police if they have to slap and beat a man based on suspicion of a crime (which is a crime only because we live in a strange country with strange laws) to placate a violent bunch?


    Why do we need laws when a majority group has the mandate to declare anyone from a minority group a criminal based on suspicions of eating a particular type of meat? Why do we even need to argue and expect justice when we know the outcome of such events?


    The Jaipur incident didn't turn out to be as violent as the cow protectors wanted it to be, and will soon be forgotten. But there are thousands of more such vigilante groups waiting to orchestrate the next lynching. They are just on the lookout for an Akhlaq or a Rabbani.


    Also read: How Hindus killed a Muslim over beef and murdered India's secularism

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    Dalit Man Beaten To Death By Cops For Throwing Color On Upper Caste Man In Jharkhand: Report

    Pradeep Choudhary threw color on Rajendra Yadav.

    The widow of a Dalit man has alleged that her husband was beaten to death by police personnel in the Koderma district of Jharkhand after he threw colored powder on an upper caste man during Holi celebrations, The Hindustan Times reported on Thursday.



    Holi was celebrated on 13 March in many parts of the country.


    According to the HT report, Pradeep Choudhary, 52, and a couple of other villagers sprinkled color on a local chowkidar Rajendra Yadav, who got upset at the gesture and called the police to teach them a lesson. "The police started beating up Pradeep till he fell unconscious. They then took him to the police station," Jashwa Devi, Pradeep's widow, told the newspaper.



    Jashwa said that her husband's body had many bruises when the police dropped him home, the next morning. She also claimed that instead of helping them, cops at the Satbarwa police station abused them over caste.



    Prabhat Khabar reported that the cops took Pradeep to the hospital after they beat him in his village, but after he revived, they took him to the police station where he was thrashed again.


    Pradeep succumbed to his injuries at the Koderma Sadar hospital.



    Dainik Bhaskar reported that Pradeep, a herder, was the father of six children. He was beaten so severely that his body turned had turned a shade darker from the bruises, DB reported.


    This alleged crime in Koderma district is not an isolated instance of violence against Dalits on Holi. In Patheri village in Ambala, Dalits alleged that they were attacked with sharp-edged weapons by upper caste men during Holi celebrations. Two of the ten injured men were reportedly in a critical condition. In Boh village in Ambala, a Dalit man was allegedly thrashed by upper caste men because he was giving sermons on Holi.


    In 2015, a Dalit man in Sonbhadra district was tonsured and paraded through a village on suspicion of having burnt a "holika" pyre.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.in/2017/03...inhpmg00000001

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    13-Year-Old Girl in India Raped By Her Eight Teachers For Eighteen Months

    March 25, 2017

    In a shocking case, a 13-year-old girl was raped, abused, and blackmailed for over one and a half years by eight teachers of a private school in Rajasthan's Bikaner.

    The minor's parents, in a FIR filed on Friday, alleged that the girl was forced to take abortion pills after she got pregnant.

    "We have registered the FIR against eight people based on the father's allegations. All eight are teachers of a private school and we have booked them under relevant sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act and other sections of the IPC," a police officer said.

    According to the girl's father, the teachers called her on April 12, 2015, after the school and took nude photographs of her.

    They later raped her and warned her not to talk to anybody. They also threatened to kill her if she revealed that she was assaulted.

    The matter came to light about three months ago when the girl fell terminally ill and was diagnosed with blood cancer.


    http://www.indiatimes.com/news/india...hs-274189.html

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    India, the land of Hindus where only two things happen: the attacks on Muslims by Hindus, or rape of women/children by Hindus.

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    Two Minor Girls Kidnapped And Gang Raped In Front Of Their Father

    March 17, 2017


    Police in Gujarat's Dahod have arrested five people in connection with the gang rape of two minor siblings. According to police, the sixth rapist is on the run and that seven others were also involved in the abduction of the girls.

    The accused kidnapped the girls aged 13 and 15 along with their father from his shop in Bhutpagla village on Thursday, forced them into an SUV. The six men then took turns to rape the girls, before pushing them and the father out of the car while four of the accused followed the vehicle on two motorcycles.

    According to the father of the victims, one of the rapists Kumat Baria claimed that he committed the act to take revenge as the latter's son, arrested in a prohibition case, told Damanvav police that he used to procure liquor from Kumat and the police subsequently filed a case against Kumat.

    Based on the father's complaint police have arrested Kumat Baria, Ganpat Baria, Narvat Baria, Suresh Naik and Gopsinh Baria under charges including Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.

    http://www.indiatimes.com/news/india...at-273648.html

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    What else can be expected from the gang rape capital of the world country and their Hindus who are gang raping someone every single day.

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    Newborn baby girl BURIED ALIVE in a field in India

    By Thomas Burrows - 28 March 2017

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    Villagers in India have rescued a newborn baby girl who was found buried alive.

    The girl, thought to be no more than six hours old, was left to die in a shallow sand pit in a field when a young child spotted her feet poking through the ground
    on Saturday.

    The baby, found in Jajpur district in Odisha state, was rushed to hospital where she remains under observation, officials said.

    The area where she was discovered is one of many impoverished states where families hope for sons and go to any lengths possible to avoid having to raise a daughter.

    Chief medical officer Jajpur district Fanindra Kumar Panigrahi told AFP: 'She is doing fine and all her parameters are normal. She is a full term baby, weighing around 2.5 kg.

    'Her umbilical cord was intact and body was still covered with vernix.'

    A witness who helped with the rescue, Alok Rout, said: 'It was a little kid who first saw the feet of the child buried under a compost dump in a field.

    'Later we rushed to the spot and rescued the newborn girl.'

    He said a group helped rescue the girl who was found with her face covered with a piece of cloth.

    Hospital staff have named the girl Dharitri, a Sanskrit word meaning 'the earth'.

    The girl will be handed over to the state-run child welfare committee after she is discharged from the Dharmasala hospital.

    Police told AFP they suspect the newborn was either abandoned by her parents because of her gender or the mother had been an unmarried woman.

    Local police officer Jyoti Prakash Panda said: 'We are trying to track the parents of the girl. Chances are it was a case of female feticide and it is clear that the accused wanted to kill her.'

    Police Inspector Amitabh Mohapatra added: 'A case has been lodged against the unidentified parents of the child and family members. An investigation is on to find out where the child was born and under which circumstances it was buried.'

    India is struggling to bridge the sex ratio gap with tough laws as the country fares badly with 940 females for every 1,000 males, according to the last official census in 2011.

    Earlier this month police recovered 19 female fetuses from a sewer
    in western Maharashtra state and accused a doctor of illegally aborting them for parents desperate for a boy.

    On Monday a female fetus was found buried near a sewer
    in New Delhi after dogs were spotted digging the earth around it.

    India banned prenatal sex determination to stop its misuse, although the tests are still thought to be common, particularly in poor rural areas.

    A 2011 study in the British medical journal The Lancet found that up to 12 million girls had been aborted in the last three decades in India.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...IVE-India.html

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    These Hindus keep killing girls, as they have been doing for decades, now their men outnumber women in millions. So these men can't get married and so they rape any woman or girl they can find.

    "And do not kill your children for fear of poverty. We provide for them and for you. Indeed, their killing is ever a great sin." - Quran (17:31)

    "And when the girl [who was] buried alive is asked
    For what sin she was killed
    And when the pages are made public
    And when the sky is stripped away
    And when Hellfire is set ablaze
    And when Paradise is brought near,
    A soul will [then] know what it has brought [with it]."


    Quran (81:8-14)

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    'Even Dogs Are Treated Better'. Nigerian Nationals Beaten Up In Noida Recount The Horror

    Mar 28, 2017

    On Monday evening, the Amalawa brothers from Nigeria were enjoying their dinner at a KFC restaurant in Greater Noida's Ansal Plaza mall, when their phone beeped.

    It was an alert from one of their friends on a students' WhatsApp group, asking everyone from an African nation to return to their homes.

    Unaware of the candle light march being held by local residents outside the mall at Pari Chowk, Precious Amalawa and his younger brother Endurance Amalawa left the restaurant to rush home.

    They had no way of knowing that the march, held to protest the sudden death of a local boy due to an alleged drug overdose, had turned violent. Locals were chasing and assaulting any dark-skinned person they could find on the road.

    Precious suffered multiple blunt injuries all over his body.

    An undergraduate student in the political science course in Noida International University, Precious alleges nobody came to their aid even when they managed to get to a hospital in the area.

    "When we arrived at the first hospital, I had to lift my injured brother to the emergency room. People were laughing at us. No once came to help," he says.

    The man in the video

    On Monday evening, a horrific video did the rounds on social media showing a mob pursuing and brutally beating a man with steel dustbins, sticks, chairs and tools.

    The man they were beating was Precious's younger brother Endurance Amalawa, a 21-year-old Economics student at Noida International University.

    Endurance has sustained injuries on his head and face.

    The angry mob also attacked a 42-year-old Nigerian exporter Chkwoma Igbomala.

    "I would like Indians to know we Nigerians don't eat people," Igbomala, who's recovering alongside Amalawa brothers in the hospital, told ScoopWhoop News.

    Ibgomala has sustained minor fractures and blunt injuries to his head.

    While the doctors have declared the trio out of danger, the three Nigerian nationals continue to remain hospitalized.

    The police has said that it is taking action against those guilty of inciting the violence.

    "Police had to use force to dissuade people from attacking and arrested 5 people from the spot. Many of them who were there trying to play mischief have been identified as the entire event had been videographed. An FIR has been registered and action will be taken accordingly," Daljit Chaudhary, Additional Director of General with the Uttar Pradesh Police said on Tuesday.

    But that has done nothing to deal with the fears of students from African nations who are part of the community in the Greater Noida area.

    Hours after the Ansal Plaza mall incident, the Association of African Students in India issued a warning telling students not to leave their homes and to stay indoors until effective security measures are put in place.

    On Tuesday, Greater Noida Police has increased the deployment of security personnel in the areas where students from African nations are living.

    Adam Mohammad, a Nigerian resident of a posh housing estate of Greater Noida, has been advised to stay indoors by his neighbours. "I have been helped by my Indian friends but we are now afraid to venture out," Mohammad told ScoopWhoop News.

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    Impose Emergency and sterilise Muslims, Christians forcibly, says Hindu Mahasabha leader

    A leader of Hindu Mahasabha on Saturday stoked a controversy saying Muslims and Christians must undergo sterilisation to restrict their growing population which was posing a threat to Hindus.


    "The population of Muslims and Christians is growing day by day. To rein in this, Centre will have to impose emergency, and Muslims and Christians will have to be forced to undergo sterilisation so that they can't increase their numbers," vice president of All India Hindu Mahasabha, Sadhvi Deva Thakur told reporters in Jind.


    She also exhorted Hindus to have more children and increase their population so as to have an effect on the world. In another controversial remark, she said idols of Hindu gods and goddesses should be placed in mosques and churches.


    Thakur also came out strongly in support of installing a statue of "patriot" Nathuram Godse in Haryana.

    http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report...leader-2076735




    100 Hindus Attack 15 Muslims


    100 Hindus attacked 15 Muslims for transporting cows in Rajaskan, India. One Muslim was beaten to death.

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    How to Get Away With Murder in India? Blame a Man for Eating Beef


    In the name of cow protection, Hindu vigilante outfits continue to target Muslims based on rumours.

    by Sanghamitra Baruah - 21-03-2017

    A year and half after the horrific Dadri incident, Hindu vigilantes continue to "cry beef" and hunt for Mohammad Akhlaqs.

    The manager of a Jaipur hotel faced a similar hungry mob on Sunday night (March 19) that stormed the place over rumors of serving beef.

    According to a report in The Indian Express, the owner of Hotel Hayat Rabbani, Naeem Rabbani, has alleged that after taking his manager into custody, police brought him back among the cow vigilantes "to calm them down". He was also slapped around and manhandled in police presence.

    Rabbani, who held a press conference with his staff a day later, said: "A repeat of Dadri had been averted."

    Much to the chagrin of the mob, the meat "appeared to be chicken legs". Nevertheless, the seized meat was sent to the forensic laboratory for "testing to placate tempers", according to police.

    At the press conference, Rabbani vehemently denied of ever serving beef. The hotel, he said, had prepared special chicken for their nine staff members, and it was this that the crowd had mistaken for beef.

    It's a sad testimony to the times we are in that our law enforcing agencies ran after the piece of meat, instead of identifying the culprits who incited the communal mob, to authenticate its variety.

    In Rajasthan, like many other states in India, killing of cows, bulls and bullocks as well as possession and transportation of their flesh is banned. The BJP government in the state has also set up a cow department for the welfare of the animal.

    After what happened in Bishahra village in Dadri on September 28, 2015 - when Mohammad Akhlaq was beaten to death by a hungry mob over suspicion of storing beef at his house - many saner voices questioned the absurdity of sending a piece of meat for forensic testing. What kind of a country do we live in where the chunk of meat became the actual "cause" of Akhlaq's death and not the ones who mercilessly killed him?

    Those questions were never answered by the "authorities concerned" because they didn't have any answer. The actual motive behind Akhlaq's killing was always out in the open. It was never about whether the meat was or wasn't beef. It was about how to pin a "crime" on the sleeves of a man who belong to the "other" community and then incite another brute mob. This is how you keep the communal cauldron burning, especially when elections are nearing.

    Those who wanted to score a point in Dadri have actually succeeded in doing so.

    After the recent ascension of Yogi Adityanath to Uttar Pradesh CM, the Thakur-dominated village of Bishahra reportedly danced and celebrated late into the night.

    Why?

    Because they believe it's a matter of pride that a cow protector like "Yogiji" has become their chief minister. "Now we expect justice to be done," Ved Nagar, the head of Gau Raksha Hindu Dal, was quoted as saying by The Hindu. The same report said Nagar believe that Adityanath's appointment "gives hope that the accused in the Akhlaq murder case would soon get bail". He was quoted as saying, "The villagers now see a "ray of hope" because Adityanath had stood with the accused."

    The timing of the Jaipur incident seems especially curious as Rajasthan is gearing up for an Assembly election in 2018. Not that cow protectors and self-appointed Hindu vigilante groups are not working hard to prepare the ground for elections.

    Recently, Bollywood filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali was assaulted by members of the Karni Sena in Jaipur where he was shooting for his film Padmavati. His fault: The film was presenting "distorted facts about Rani Padmavati" and thus showing "Hindu faith and culture in negative way".

    The March 19 incident may not have a direct link with Bhansali's assault but they don't seem isolated.

    According to this report in Hindustan Times, one of the protesters gathered outside hotel Hayat Rabbani, told the cow vigilantes not to worry about the strength of protesters. "Don't worry about the numbers as it will just take me a couple of phone calls to assemble 200 people from somewhere else. After all, it was me and my friends who slapped Sanjay Leela Bhansali on the sets of Padmavati."

    India has two types of beef eaters - one who actually loves the meat, but doesn't necessarily get to eat it, and the other who gorges on rumors about beef.

    So, it's not surprising that in a country - which incidentally tops the hunger list - its people are hungry for the rumored beef and satiate themselves by "lynching" people for "possession of beef".

    The initial reports in the Jaipur incident, too, point fingers at how there is a common pattern that runs through the heart of mob lynchings like Dadri.

    How a group first spreads the rumor based on what they saw and "it appeared like beef". Then comes in the gau rakshaks and their leaders (in this case Sadhvi Kamal "Didi", the national president of Mahila Gauraksha Dal).

    She reportedly addressed the gathering of protesters and discussed the course of action.

    "I am not afraid to sacrifice my life for gau mata. I am ready to be with you in any protest or gheraos to teach the people of this hotel a lesson. But the residents of this colony will also have to participate and they shouldn't back out at the end moment," she was quoted as saying. She even asked those in the gathering from Kanti Nagar to raise their hands (who agree with her).

    If this doesn't amount to inciting a mob and creating communal tension then perhaps it's true the country and its people don't need any protection from the law enforcing agencies. Why do you need the police if they have to slap and beat a man based on suspicion of a crime (which is a crime only because we live in a strange country with strange laws) to placate a violent bunch?

    Why do we need laws when a majority group has the mandate to declare anyone from a minority group a criminal based on suspicions of eating a particular type of meat? Why do we even need to argue and expect justice when we know the outcome of such events?

    The Jaipur incident didn't turn out to be as violent as the cow protectors wanted it to be, and will soon be forgotten. But there are thousands of more such vigilante groups waiting to orchestrate the next lynching. They are just on the lookout for an Akhlaq or a Rabbani.

    http://www.dailyo.in/variety/beef-ra...y/1/16299.html

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    Japanese Student 'Kidnapped And Gang Raped' Near Holy Buddhist Site in India

    The woman was abducted by men posing as tour guides

    by Lizzie Dearden - 03 January 2015

    A Japanese student has been kidnapped and gang raped near the holiest site in Buddhism.

    Five men have been arrested in relation to the assaults, which police in Kolkata said took place over more than a month from 23 November until the victim managed to escape.

    The 22-year-old woman had been taken to Bodh Gaya, the most sacred site in Buddhism where Gautam Buddha is said to have obtained enlightenment under a tree, by men posing as a tourist guides.

    Pallav Kanti Ghosh, a Calcutta police commissioner, told BBC Hindi that two of the men - said to be brothers – had approached the victim at her hotel and said they would take her sight-seeing.

    “They took her to Digha [a beach resort in West Bengal] on 23 November,” he said. “There they sexually assaulted her and robbed her of 76,000 rupees [£1,200] using her ATM card.”

    The woman was taken to Bodh Gaya, the holiest site of Buddhism and a major pilgrimage and tourist center, where she was handed over to other gang members.

    She was held captive and repeatedly assaulted for several weeks until she managed to flee on 26 September and reached Kolkata, where she contacted the Japanese consulate.

    In late December she managed to reach the city of Varanasi from where she traveled to Kolkata, lodging a complaint via the Japanese consulate on 26 December.

    The victim had been living in India while studying rural life.

    Police reportedly believe that an organized gang is targeting female tourists traveling alone in the area.

    Other foreign women targeted by gang-rapists include a Swiss cyclist assaulted in central India in 2013 and a Danish tourist attacked in Delhi a year ago.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...a-9955572.html

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    It's not he first time a Japanese foreign woman has been gang raped in India.

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    Outraged modesty: India stuck in the past on sex crimes

    By Joanna Jolly - 6 December 2013

    It's nearly a year since the gang-rape of a 23-year-old student on a Delhi bus brought thousands on to the streets, demanding better protection for women. The law was updated, new police procedures and fast-track courts were introduced - but in some ways India's approach to sex crimes is still stuck in the past.

    A year ago, shortly before the notorious rape case in Delhi, another rape took place in a small town outside the city.

    A 17-year-old was walking home from her grandmother's house in the afternoon, when suddenly she was surrounded by young men who bundled her into a car and drove her to a secluded spot, where they took turns raping her.

    They made a film of the attack on a mobile phone. It clearly showed eight men raping her, she says.

    But when her case came to court, only four were convicted.

    The young woman is from India's untouchable - or Dalit - caste. The boys were from a higher caste. Consequently, the boys were offered water as the case dragged on in the boiling courtroom, the teenager's mother says, but her daughter wasn't. And this is just one of many ways she objected to the court proceedings.

    "The lawyers of the accused said her character must have been flawed, and they questioned what she was doing outside the home."

    In today's India, Dalits often still struggle to be treated fairly, but rape victims of all castes and classes are liable to find their own character made the focus of the court proceedings. Too often it's the victim who is blamed, campaigners say.

    Part of the problem lies in India's outdated laws. A non-penetrative sexual act is still described as "outraging the modesty of a woman" - a relic of a penal code written by the British in 1860.

    "Because of the language, it has often led to judgments where courts have held that a woman did not have 'modesty' which could be outraged," says law professor, Mrinal Satish.

    "Such judgments are few and far between nowadays, but the continuance of the archaic language is itself problematic."

    In Delhi I meet a rape victim who said she was attacked by a male acquaintance who asked her out for lunch. She describes the treatment she subsequently received at a hospital in the capital.

    "They made me wait a long time and then they called out, 'Who was raped?'

    "The doctor was absolutely heartless. I was screaming out in pain. They were absolutely hostile."

    The doctor in that case recorded that the victim was "unco-operative", she says, an observation that the defence then used to attack her character in court. The man charged was acquitted.

    Then there is the much-discredited "two-finger test".

    It's the name given to an examination by a doctor who inserts two-fingers into the victim's vagina to ascertain whether her hymen is broken and whether she appears to be what's described as "habituated to sex".

    The test can be traced back to a French doctor who recommended it in the 1920s. It became standard practice in India, where British colonial rulers had established a preference for scientific tests over the testimony of Indians.

    A famous British doctor, Dr Norman Chevers, had written a medical jurisprudence textbook in the 19th Century, Mrinal Satish says, "in which his assumption was that all Indians are unreliable and Indian women lie more than Indian men".

    The two-finger test is still in use today, despite a 2003 Supreme Court ruling that past sexual history should not be taken into account in rape cases, and further advice this year urging officials to stop subjecting women to it.

    "Even if doctors in Delhi or Bombay have become sensitised to not using the test, there are little hospitals in far remote corners of the country which haven't received the message," says lawyer and women's activist, Rebecca John.

    She says if the test is carried out, defence lawyers are liable to make use of the result in court, and judges do not always stop them.

    Even before a victim of sexual violence reaches the hospital or court, she may struggle to have her case taken seriously.

    In India, it's not uncommon for the police to refuse to register sexual crimes.

    When the 17-year old Dalit girl first went to the police to register her gang rape, they at first refused.

    Her father, who was already suffering from depression, was so ashamed he committed suicide later that day.

    "We came back and spoke to other members of the Dalit community who came out in support," she says.

    "Finally the first arrest was made. In my statement I said there were 11 or 12 men involved, but the police only caught eight. They said if you want more to be arrested, then go find them yourself."

    The head of Delhi's Women and Children's Police Department, Suman Nalwar, says Indian police are now more sensitive towards victims of sexual violence, following last year's high-profile rape case.

    Under new legislation, any police officer refusing to register a sexual assault case can face punishment.

    But, she says, the lack of women in India's police force - only 3% throughout the country - is a problem.

    "We would prefer to have a woman investigating officer there because of the social and cultural mores in society," she says. "In India women hesitate to talk about their sexual experiences with a man."

    Although many criticise India's police and courts for old-fashioned bias against victims of sexual crimes, there are those who worry that reforms may open up the system to abuse.

    India is still a deeply patriarchal society where a high price is placed on a woman's virginity and sex before marriage is generally condemned.

    "The law can be misused by a girl saying she was raped when she was not," says retired Delhi High Court judge, R S Sodhi.

    "As long as you're not caught (having sex) it's hunky dory. But the moment you get caught, you'd better say you were raped."

    This past year has seen positive changes in India surrounding sexual violence. For one thing, there has been a concerted campaign by newspapers to keep the issue on the front pages.

    But, say campaigners and victims of sexual violence in India, the country still has some way to go before all rape survivors receive the justice they deserve.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-25231695

    comments:

    In India it is also the law (from colonial Britain's "Christian Shariah") that if the raped victim marries the rapist then there is "no rape".

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    Dalit Man Beaten To Death By Cops For Throwing Color On Upper Caste Man

    17/03/2017

    The widow of a Dalit man has that her husband was beaten to death by police personnel in the Koderma district of Jharkhand after he threw colored powder on an upper caste man during Holi celebrations, The Hindustan Times reported on Thursday.

    Holi was celebrated on 13 March in many parts of the country.

    According to the HT report, Pradeep Choudhary, 52, and a couple of other villagers sprinkled color on a local chowkidar Rajendra Yadav, who got upset at the gesture and called the police to teach them a lesson. "The police started beating up Pradeep till he fell unconscious. They then took him to the police station," Jashwa Devi, Pradeep's widow, told the newspaper.

    Jashwa said that her husband's body had many bruises when the police dropped him home, the next morning. She also claimed that instead of helping them, cops at the Satbarwa police station abused them over caste.

    Prabhat Khabar reported that the cops took Pradeep to the hospital after they beat him in his village, but after he revived, they took him to the police station where he was thrashed again.

    Pradeep succumbed to his injuries at the Koderma Sadar hospital.

    Dainik Bhaskar reported that Pradeep, a herder, was the father of six children. He was beaten so severely that his body had turned a shade darker from the bruises, DB reported.

    This alleged crime in Koderma district is not an isolated instance of violence against Dalits on Holi. In Patheri village in Ambala, Dalits were attacked with sharp-edged weapons by upper caste men during Holi celebrations. Two of the ten injured men were reportedly in a critical condition. In Boh village in Ambala, a Dalit man was thrashed by upper caste men because he was giving sermons on Holi.

    In 2015, a Dalit man in Sonbhadra district was tonsured and paraded through a village on suspicion of having burnt a "holika" pyre.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.in/2017/03...man_a_21898447

    comments:

    This is why so many Dalits (even whole villages at a time) are accepting Islam where they can be equal to rest of the humans.



    Cow slaughter to be punishable by life sentence in Gujarat

    Government of Indian state to introduce a bill bolstering existing laws against butchering the revered animals

    by Michael Safi - 14 March 2017

    The leader of an Indian state has announced that slaughtering cows and transporting beef will soon be punishable by a life sentence, the harshest penalty yet for crimes against the revered animal in the Hindu-majority country.

    The chief minister of Gujarat, Vijay Rupani, said his government would introduce a bill in the next week to bolster existing laws against butchering cows and related crimes. The current punishment is a Rs50,000 fine (£622) and up to seven years in jail.

    "We want to make this law more strict," said Rupani, a member of the Bharatiya Janata party (BJP), a Hindu nationalist party whose elected officials - including the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi - have long championed a national ban on beef consumption.

    "In the bill, we will make a provision wherein people found involved in cow-slaughtering as well as transportation of beef will be punished with life imprisonment," Rupani told a gathering at a Hindu social organisation. "Their vehicles too will be seized permanently."

    A number of BJP-led states have extended bans or tightened punishments against cow slaughter since Modi became prime minister in 2014. The former Gujarat chief minister was elected on a platform that included a vow to outlaw it.

    Killing cows or transporting beef in states such as Haryana, Jharkand or Jammu and Kashmir is punishable by large fines and up to 10 years' prison. Beef consumption is permitted in only eight of India's 29 states and territories.

    Most Hindus honor cows as the embodiment of the principle of non-violence and idealise the animal as a selfless, nourishing mother.

    But attitudes towards beef consumption are not uniform across the country. Some southern Indian Hindus regularly eat beef, as do Muslims and members of less socially dominant castes who regard the animal as a cheap source of protein.

    The Modi government has reportedly asked the country's agriculture ministry to explore the possibility of a nationwide ban but has chosen to tread carefully in implementing its election promise.

    Cow protection has been a trigger for sectarian violence throughout modern Indian history and a resurgence in recent years has been linked to an increasingly assertive Hindu nationalist movement.

    A Muslim villager from the outskirts of Delhi was lynched in September 2015 after being accused of storing beef in his freezer, a murder that government ministers were accused of underplaying.

    Bands of self-styled "cow protectors" have sprung up in northern India, and have been accused of fomenting sectarian violence and carrying out vigilantism.

    Cow-protection gangs were rebuked by Modi last year after videos emerged of their members flogging young Dalits. The least powerful group in the caste hierarchy is traditionally enlisted to dispose of dead cows.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...-cow-slaughter


    comments: India is one of the largest beef exporters, and these companies are run by Hindus.




    12-Year-Old Booked For Impregnating A 17-Year-Old

    by Shewali Tiwari - March 23, 2017

    India is swamped with the human crisis- rapes, molestation, child marriages, gender issues have become an everyday thing.


    Recently, a 12-year old boy has been booked under the POCSO Act after a teenaged girl, who gave birth to a baby girl, claimed that he had impregnated her, police said on Monday.

    Both the boy and the 17-year old girl are relatives and the case under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act had been registered on the basis of a statement given by her, they said.

    Police said they have decided to conduct a DNA test to verify the claim of the girl, who delivered the baby girl in a private hospital recently, that the boy is the father of the child. He would be prosecuted as per the Juvenile Justice Act.

    A case has also been registered against the private hospital under POCSO Act for allegedly not informing them on the same day when the girl was admitted for delivery.

    Police said a case under section 21 of the POCSO Act has been registered against the hospital. Meanwhile, hospital sources claimed that they had immediately informed the district childline authorities after coming to know about the girl's claim.

    It was the family members of the girl who had brought her to the hospital for admission, hospital sources said.

    The new born baby has been handed over to the childcare institution after the girl's relatives informed the district childline authorities that they were not ready to accept it, officials said.

    http://www.indiatimes.com/news/india...ia-274042.html


    comments:

    This young boy was raped by this older girl but he will be charged with rape. India doesn't recognized rape of males as rape hence raped boys end up being charged with rape. This is what a feminist society looks like.

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    Muslim Men Beaten & One Killed by Hindus for Transporting Cows

    Men beaten by gau rakshaks had valid permits for transport of cows

    Apr 14, 2017

    The five men thrashed by gau rakshaks on Jaipur-Delhi highway near Behror on Saturday, leading to death of one in hospital on Monday, had valid permits for transport of cows and calves
    , said family member of one of the injured men.

    "My brother bought three cows for Rs 75,000 from animal flea market in Jaipur on Saturday. He paid Rs 700 to Jaipur Municipal Corporation for transport permit," said Yusuf Khan, brother of Azmat, who was among the five men assaulted by gau rakshaks.

    The gau rakshaks attacked the two vehicles, carrying 10 bovine
    - two cows and their calves in one, and three cows and their calves in the other - alleging that the cattle were being smuggled for slaughter.

    Yusuf shared with HT the two transport permits, one issued in the name of his brother, Azmat and the other, in the name of Irshad, another cow trader.

    Local bodies - municipalities, municipal corporations, and panchayat bodies - issue transport permit when cattle are bought for farming.

    "They left him to die,
    " Yusuf said, talking about the medical condition of Azmat, 22. "He has big clots under his left eye and is not able to hear but we have brought him home," he added.

    Pehlu Khan, the 55-year-old man who succumbed to his injuries in Kailash Hospital in Behror, was with his two sons, Arif and Irshad.

    "His sons are numb as the village mourns their father's unfortunate death. What was their fault? Buying cattle for farming is not a crime," says another villager.

    There was palpable tension in Jaisinghpura village in Nuh tehsil in Haryana, which is hub of cattle trade in the region. Nuh and Alwar fall in the Mewat region having high concentration of Muslims engaged in cow trade business. Since the BJP governments have come to power in Haryana and Rajasthan, different cow vigilante groups have become active in Alwar-Nuh belt leading to confrontations.

    Husain Khan, Pehlu Khan's relative, told HT that the old man told him before he died in hospital that the gau rakshaks tried to tear the transport permits when told they were legally transporting the cows.

    "They vandalised the two vehicles, you can see in the video (he shared a video with HT) and beat these people so badly," Husain Khan said.

    video: http://viewpure.com/UR-xm0FaChw?start=0&end=0

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/jaipur...lIsexAXDK.html

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    Delhi School Asks Class 10 Rape Victim Not to Attend Classes as It Will Spoil Institution's Image

    The girl, who is a Class 10 student studying in a private school, was kidnapped, raped and then thrown out of a moving car.

    April 27, 2017

    The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) has issued a notice to the education department after the parents of a rape victim alleged that the school insisted that the girl would be promoted to Class 11 only if she didn't attend classes.


    DCW has asked for a report within 5 days.


    The girl, who is a Class 10 student studying in a private school, was kidnapped, raped and then thrown out of a moving car. According to the parents, school administration had voiced their fear that if the girl came to school it would spoil school's image.


    They also alleged that the school asked them give an undertaking that it will not be held responsible if any untoward incident occurs with the girl in future in its premises.


    That's not all.


    The parents also accused that the principal has forbidden their daughter's friends from sitting next to her.

    The DCW chief Swati Maliwal said, " This is a very serious matter. The girl is being punished for no fault of hers and it is a very embarrassing and unacceptable matter in today's world."



    http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/d.../1/939917.html


    Delhi: Girl, 15, kidnapped, raped and sold for Rs 70,000


    The girl was travelling in a train in Chhattisgarh to visit her relatives, but mistakenly boarded a wrong train and reached Delhi.

    In a shocking incident, a 15-year-old girl who mistakenly reached here from Chhattisgarh after boarding a wrong train was kidnapped, raped and sold to a person with the help of a woman before being rescued by Delhi Commission for Women.


    Two persons have been arrested in connection with the trafficking of the girl who was rescued from an area near Humayun's tomb yesterday.


    The girl was travelling in a train in Chhattisgarh in October to visit her relatives, but mistakenly boarded a wrong train and reached Delhi.

    At railway station, she met one Arman, who was selling water bottles, said a senior police officer.


    He took her to Sarai Kale Khan and raped her with the help of his wife Hasheena, he said.


    The couple then sold her for Rs 70,000 to one Pappu Yadav so that he could marry the minor, he said.


    "She was living in Faridabad for close to two months with Pappu who physically and mentally tortured her. She then somehow left his house and reached Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station where Hasheena met her and gave her a spiked drink," he added.


    When she fell semi-conscious, Hasheena handed her over to one Mohammad Afroz, 22.


    "He raped her near the railway station and paid the sum to Hasheena. The victim somehow managed to escape and was noticed by a passerby who made a PCR call," said the officer.


    She was rescued and a case under sections 363 (Punishment for kidnapping), 366 (Kidnapping, abducting or inducing woman to compel her marriage), 376 (Punishment for rape), 328 (Causing hurt by means of poison, with intent to commit an offence), 506 (Punishment for criminal intimidation) read with 34 (Acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the IPC and 4 POCSO Act has been registered at Sunlight Colony police station.


    She is undergoing counselling after being examined at AIIMS.


    "After several raids in Sarai Kale Khan and Faridabad, Mohammad Afroz and Pappu Yadav have been arrested. Efforts are being made to arrest the remaining accused," he said.


    Police is also adding sections under Prohibition of Child Marriage Act 2006 based on the facts that have emerged in the case so far.

    http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/d.../1/874610.html

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    Horrific Lynching in India a Planned Uptick in Hindu Supremacist Violence Against Minorities say Indian Americans

    Brutal killing over mere suspicion of eating beef intended to terrorize local Muslims and polarize communities along religious lines

    by webadmin on October 3, 2015

    The Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC ), an advocacy group dedicated to safeguarding India’s pluralist and tolerant ethos, has strongly condemned the latest episode of anti-minority violence in India, in the form of a mob lynching of a Muslim man and his son in Dadri, Uttar Pradesh, over mere suspicion of having eaten beef. Although the incident was made to appear like a spontaneous act of violence by an unruly crowd, there are strong indications that this was a planned act, intended to terrorize the Muslim population of the district and suppress dissent across India over the beef ban implemented in some states.

    News reports indicate the son of a local politician from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) instigated the mob of over 200 people, to attack Mohammad Akhlaq and his son. They beat Akhlaq to death, while his 22 year-old son Danish was injured and is in critical condition. Another son of Mohammed Akhlaq is a serving corporal in the Indian Air Force.

    Beyond the mob’s inhuman behavior, it is alarming to note that the police have sent the meat from the victim’s refrigerator to a forensic lab to be tested, out of apparent respect for the mob’s feelings. This effectively turns the victim into the accused, despite the fact that even if the family were in possession of beef, they were not in violation of the Uttar Pradesh Cow Protection Act. Besides the law enforcement machinery, even the regional Hindi media has joined hands in labeling the victim, Mohammed Akhlaq as a cow-killer. Journalists from major media outlets attempting to visit the village in order to cover the story have been attacked by locals.

    In a brazen act of state complicity with the killers, the Sub-Divisional Magistrate has threatened the family of the victim with “dire consequences” if they speak out. The fact that the local BJP leader Srichand Sharma announced a “mahapanchayat” (grand village gathering) to protest the arrests made in the case, is an indication of how Hindu nationalist forces are rallying behind the killers.

    BJP and other Sangh-affiliated organizations have sought to make beef a deeply contentious issue across India. Although cow slaughter has traditionally been restricted, some BJP ruled states have banned the sale of all beef. India ranks 5th in the world in beef production, 7th in domestic consumption, and 1st in exporting. In 2014 India surpassed Brazil as the world’s top beef exporter. In the run-up to the last Parliamentary elections Mr. Modi had decried the “pink revolution,” lamenting India’s position as a major exporter of meat, although the industry is a source of livelihood for millions of Indians.

    “Both the BJP, as well as Prime Minister Modi bear responsibility for the poison being spread through a twisted form of cultural nationalism,” said Mr. Umar Malick, President of IAMC. “It involves the PM wooing global audiences over promises of development, while giving a free hand to Hindu militias to terrorize and uproot hapless minorities,” added Mr. Malick.

    The fact that this has happened in Uttar Pradesh, ruled by the Samajwadi Party (SP), is not a coincidence. The Sahay Committee, constituted to investigate the anti-Muslim pogrom in Muzaffarnagar in 2013, found both SP and BJP responsible for the mass violence that claimed over a 100 lives and resulted in the displacement of over 50,000 people. IAMC has called on the national media to brave the attacks from local Hindu supremacist goons, and to expose the larger design behind the Dadri lynchings. Civil society must resist the increasingly fascist positions adopted by the Sangh and its affiliates. IAMC has also urged world leaders and technology titans that PM Modi has been courting since he came to office, to condemn Hindu nationalist fanaticism and diminishing religious freedom in India.

    Indian-American Muslim Council is the largest advocacy organization of Indian Muslims in the United States with chapters across the nation. For more information please visit our website at: http://www.iamc.com


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    REFERENCES:

    1. A mob in India just dragged a man from his home and beat him to death – for eating beef
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/09/30/a-mob-in-india-just-dragged-a-man-from-his-home-and-beat-him-to-death-for-eating-beef/

    2. Dadri lynching: Local BJP member’s son instigated crowd to attack Mohammed Iqlakhhttp://zeenews.india.com/news/uttar-pradesh/dadri-lynching-local-bjp-members-son-instigated-crowd-to-attack-mohammed-iqlakh_1805461.html

    3. Dadri lynching reminds us how PM Modi bears responsibility for the poison being spread
    http://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/the-party-and-its-poison/

    4. UP ‘beef lynching’: How the police have turned the victims into the accused
    http://scroll.in/article/759030/by-seizing-meat-from-fridge-uttar-pradesh-police-is-blaming-murdered-man-for-mobs-crime

    5. India: World’s Top Beef Exporter
    http://apps.fas.usda.gov/psdonline/circulars/livestock_poultry.pdf

    6. Sub-Divisional Magistrate of Dadri threaten’s victim’s family from speaking out
    http://twocircles.net/2015oct03/1443833030.html#.VhAhOPlVikp

    7. New York Times: A ban on beef in India is not the answer
    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/18/opinion/sunday/manil-suri-a-ban-on-beef-in-india-is-not-the-answer.html

    8. UP Beef Lynching: Indian Air Force mulls moving victim’s kin to its area
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/UP-beef-lynching-Indian-Air-Force-mulls-moving-victims-kin-to-its-area-two-main-accused-arrested/articleshow/49207307.cms

    9. How Hindi press reported the lynching
    http://scroll.in/article/758934/man-accused-of-killing-an-animal-is-dead-how-hindi-press-reported-lynching-of-a-man-near-delhi

    10. “The Clash Within: Democracy, Religious Violence, and India’s Future” Martha Nussbaum, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press (2009)

    11. Sahay Committee finds SP, BJP hand in Muzaffernagar riots
    http://www.business-standard.com/article/politics/sahay-committee-finds-sp-bjp-hand-in-muzaffarnagar-riots-115092400237_1.html

    12. Uttar Pradesh Cow Protection Act
    http://vidhibharti.org/view_gos.php?c=164

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    Indian court convicts police, doctors in Gujarat gang rape case

    Five police officers and two doctors in India have been convicted of having a role in a major gang rape case 15 years ago.

    The court in the western city of Mumbai ruled on Thursday that the officers and doctors had tampered with evidence in a case involving the gang rape of Bilkis Bano, a pregnant woman, and the murder of seven of her during religious riots that broke out in 2002 in the western state of Gujarat.

    The seven had earlier been acquitted but India’s Central Bureau of Investigation had lodged an appeal. The court in Mumbai overturned the acquittal and also upheld the convictions of 11 Hindu men convicted of rape and murder in the case.

    Bilkis sent a statement to the media and expressed her satisfaction with the ruling, saying that officials who had "emboldened, encouraged, and protected" her attackers had finally been convicted.

    "My rights, as a human being, as a citizen, woman, and mother were violated in the most brutal manner, but I had trust in the democratic institutions of our country," said Bilkis, adding, "Now, my family and I feel we can begin to lead our lives again, free of fear."

    Bilkis survived the attack, along with two of her children, but her three-year-old daughter, was among the victims.

    The hate attack took place during one of the worst incidents of religious unrest since India’s independence. Violent mobs hacked, beat, shot or burned at least 2,000 Muslims to death. The violence erupted when the Hindus wrongly blamed a Muslim group for the death of some Hindus in a train fire.

    The then chief minister of Gujarat and the incumbent Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, was initially accused of turning a blind eye to the violence. Modi was cleared of all charges in 2012. However, the government still faces charges of delay in the prosecution of those accused in the riots.

    http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2017/0...arendra--Modi-






    Rape charges against Indian army officers dropped after they agree to marry their victims

    • Sachin Gupta, 27, and Saurabh Chopra, 25, accused of raping woman
    • Had charges dropped after agreeing to marry victim, 21, and her sister

    By Daily Mail - 14 April 2014

    Two junior officers in the Indian army have had rape charges against them dropped after agreeing to marry their victim and her sister.

    Sachin Gupta, 27, and Saurabh Chopra, 25, were accused of luring a 21-year-old woman to a hotel where they raped her and filmed the attack on their mobile phones.

    The families of the two alleged rapists offered money to have the charges dropped.

    However, the victim’s family said their complaints would only be withdrawn if the two men married not just the alleged victim, but also her younger sister, aged 19.

    Once the deal was agreed, the joint wedding took place at the local temple in Bareilly, a city in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

    The bridegrooms were absent from the ceremony as they were not allowed to be released from prison until the marriages had been formalized.

    After that, the pair were freed from jail.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...y-victims.html


    comments:

    Adding insult to injury! These people value women based on their chastity, who lose their value once used (raped) and so must be gotten rid of as quickly as possible (even to the rapists). First this woman became a victim, now she and her sister will be made to suffer for the rest of their lives.





    Indian village council ordered rape of 14-year-old girl

    11th July 2014

    A 14-year-old girl was dragged into a forest and raped on the orders of a village council in remote eastern India
    in retaliation for a sex assault blamed on her brother, according to police and relatives.

    Local police officials said three men had been arrested, including the village elder and the main suspect, identified as the husband of the woman who was allegedly attacked by the victim's brother.

    The victim's mother told CNN-IBN news channel that she pleaded with the council and other villagers when they ordered the rape but no one listened.

    The incident took place in a village in Jharkhand state's Bokaro district.

    The girl's mother said: "We kept begging them. We begged with folded hands but they would not listen. They dragged her away to the forest."

    Police said: "They attacked her in retaliation and we are taking this case very seriously." A spokesman added that officers expect to complete the investigation and file charges in the next few days.

    Across much of rural India, deeply conservative local councils wield great power. They can pass decrees on any subject they choose - from how women dress to whether young lovers deserve to live or die. They usually enforce strict social norms about marriage and gender roles.

    In January, a council of elders in West Bengal state ordered the gang rape of a 20-year-old woman
    as punishment for falling in love with a man from a different community.

    The village councils are often the only practical means of delivering "justice" in areas where local governments are either too far away or too ineffective to settle disputes. Their power is often derived from the fact that they can order that villagers be ostracized for ignoring their decrees.

    In some of the cases, the councils have sanctioned so-called honor killings, usually against men and women suspected of extra-marital sex or marrying outside the community.

    http://www.asianimage.co.uk/news/113..._year_old_girl




    The Indian Girls Who Survived Being Raped

    1/26/2016

    Helped by local health workers and non-governmental organizations, Ms Sharma has traveled the length and breadth of the country to meet survivors of rape and record their stories.

    The subjects of the photographs, many of them children, have not been identified. All names have been changed in this article.

    The gang rape and murder of a student in 2012 in Delhi led to protests and new anti-rape laws in the country.

    However, brutal sexual attacks against women and children continue to be reported. More than 35,000 rapes were recorded in India in 2014.


    Manali, 13

    Manali was kidnapped by a man from a neighboring village to hers, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.

    The man who belongs to the Yadav community and has financial influence, raped her behind a railway station in the western state of Maharashtra.

    Manali ran away from her trafficker before he could sell her to a brothel and reported the incident to the railway police.

    But instead of taking action on her behalf, Manali was held in custody for 12 days while they tried to get her to retract her complaint.


    Rithika, 15

    In 2011 Rithika was repeatedly raped by a man from her village when she went into the forest to defecate.

    Her mother found her bleeding in the forest and immediately took her to the police station, but the police refused to file a complaint.

    Rithika now suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and has not spoken since the incident.

    In India, almost 60% of rural households lack access to toilets, making women vulnerable to sexual assault.


    Vidya, 17

    Vidya was abducted by a man belonging to the higher caste Brahmin community while she was on her way back home from school in Robertsganj in Uttar Pradesh.

    She was taken to a nearby pond and raped.

    Vidya's family supported her, immediately taking her for medical tests and to lodge a police complaint.

    The perpetrator has been on the run since.

    Vidya has dropped out of school as a result of the trauma and stigma she suffered from the incident.


    Karishma, 17

    Karishma was raped by her landlord's son in 2008.

    She remained silent out of shame and fear. After becoming pregnant as a result of the rape, Karishma's mother threw her out of the house.

    She was later pressured to marry her rapist by a local political party.

    Karishma refused to withdraw the case or marry him.

    Originally from a suburban West Bengal town, she now lives in Kolkata (Calcutta) with her son and works as a hair stylist at a salon.


    Neha, 20

    After Neha was raped eight years ago by a man from her community, her family and neighbors forced her to marry him.

    As a result of the rape, she gave birth to a son, but was never accepted as a wife by her attacker.

    A year after the incident, her family lodged a police complaint and took him to court.

    Neha makes puffed rice for a living, working up to 16 hours a day and earns 400 rupees (£4; $7) a week.


    Varsha, 15

    When this picture was taken, Varsha was being escorted into the District Court of Rajmahal in Jharkhand by a woman police constable so that she could testify about what had happened to her.

    Varsha was raped by a man who used to frequent the mango orchard she was working in. She was threatened to remain silent, but her silence encouraged the man to rape her again.

    She finally told her family about the rape, and they lodged a police complaint.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-35379221

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    Muslim women raped by Hindu gang 'for eating beef'


    'They asked if we eat beef. We said we didn't, but they insisted we did,' says victim



    A Muslim woman who was gang raped in India has said her attackers asked her whether she ate beef in what some suspect was another crime by Hindu vigilante groups.

    The 20-year-old and her 14-year-old cousin were attacked by a group of men who trespassed into their home in Mewat, Haryana, and murdered their uncle and aunt before sexually assaulting the female victims two weeks ago.

    Local police originally arrested four men for trespass and sexual assault, but after protests from the local community the men were charged with murder.

    Now the older victim has said the men asked the victims whether they ate beef before insisting they did and proceeding to attack them.

    She told NDTV: “They asked if we eat beef. We said we don't, but they insisted we did.

    "Then they said we're hurting you before so you don't
    and that if we tell anyone we'll will be insulted."

    Senior police officers have so far reportedly said the men had no link to so-called "cow vigilante groups".

    But the Muslim community has expressed fears about a rise in attacks by Hindu groups.

    Many Hindus consider cows sacred and the slaughter of the animal is banned in Haryana, along with several other states.

    Earlier this year two Muslim women were reportedly been beaten up at a train station in India on suspicion of carrying beef.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...-a7238071.html

    Comments:

    Kash:
    India is a sham democracy where in Uttar Pradesh recently an ambulance service has been launched for cows only while a father carried his dead son to home because there's was no ambulance available and all of them were tending to cows according to Indian media the new ambulance service in Uttar Pradesh attends 25 cows a day such is the disregard for human lives in India where the elected leaders take votes from people and protect cows.

    Kash:
    India's 40% population is living below poverty line earning less than $2 a day and 33% of global poor population resides in India alone, Rape is deeply rooted in Indian culture, it's common for Indians to sexually fantasize their mothers, sisters and daughters, incest relationship are a usual practice in Hindu population, Sita was repeatedly raped by her brother in laws as noted in Hindu ancient Itahaasa and Puranaam, ancient scriptures can provide ample evidence that Hindu so called God Krishna used to steal clothes of Young under age girls taking bath just to see their naked beautiful bodies, there can be a lengthy, detailed debate on many such facts and evidences provided in Hindu ancient scriptures I'll suffice to say that India is a Rape nation given its huge population, diverse cultural, religious, ethnic dynamics there's high probability future clash of the same which could result in a mass man slaughter and bloodshed of innocent humans, it's the perfect time for Great Britain to take action and divide India further into atleast 6 or 8 countries to avoid giving unfettered powers of decision making to any one extremist supremacist terrorist group of population such as the current situation a whole Govt being run by a terrorist who was banned in several countries of the world until he became the Prime minister.



    India Mob Kills Two Muslim Men Over Suspected Cow Theft

    1 May 2017

    Two Muslim men were beaten to death by stick-weilding Indian villagers who suspected them of stealing cows, police said Monday, the latest such attack over the animal Hindus consider sacred.

    Police in northeastern Assam state’s Nagaon district said they had registered a murder case over the deaths of Abu Hanifa and Riyazuddin Ali on Sunday. Two suspects have been detained for questioning.

    “They were chased and beaten with sticks by villagers who said the two boys were trying to steal cows from their grazing field,” Debaraj Upadhyay, Nagaon’s top cop, told AFP by telephone.

    “By the time we took them to the hospital at night, they had succumbed to their injuries,” he added.

    Footage shot by local onlookers and aired by Indian broadcasters Monday showed the two badly beaten victims cowering with their hands tied as villagers surrounded them.

    There has been a spate of attacks in recent months by ‘cow protection’ vigilante groups, who roam highways inspecting livestock trucks for any trace of the animal.

    Last month, a Muslim man was beaten to death by a mob in Rajasthan state after they discovered cows in his truck. The man was a dairy farmer transporting milk cows.

    In both that incident and Sunday’s mob beating police were accused of failing to act quickly enough to protect the victims.

    In the Rajasthan attack, in which 200 vigilantes set upon trucks transport cattle along a highway, police first arrested 11 of those beaten for alleged permit violations instead of rounding up the perpetrators.

    Upadhyay rejected suggestions that police had reacted too slowly to Sunday’s incident, saying his officers rescued the pair and rushed them to a hospital, where they later died. He also dismissed speculation that a vigilante group or association was involved in the attack.

    Critics say vigilantes have been emboldened by the election in 2014 of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

    Last year, Modi criticized the cow protection vigilantes and urged a crackdown against groups using religion as a cover for committing crimes.

    At least 10 Muslim men have been killed in similar incidents across the country by Hindu mobs on suspicion of eating beef or smuggling cows in the last two years.

    Most Indian states have banned cow slaughter and imposed heavy penalties and jail terms on offenders, while the transportation of cattle across state lines is also barred in several jurisdictions.

    In a renewed effort to protect against cow smuggling, the government plans to issue millions of cows with unique identification numbers linked to a national database.

    http://www.arabnews.com/node/1092936/world


    comments:

    There is no cow smuggling going on. The cows the Muslims had were their own property that they used for farming. India and Hindus are targeting Muslims and using cows as an excuse to do it.




    Can Modi Speak On Cow Vigilantes Widowing Muslim Women


    Apr 29, 2017

    Hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to the Muslim community to find a proper solution for triple talaq, the Samajwadi Party criticised the former saying that he should also speak up on other issues which are being faced by the Muslim women.

    "Prime Minister Modi should also focus on other problems of Muslim women. Muslim women are losing their husbands and son due to violence by Gau Rakshaks," said senior party leader Azam Khan.

    Earlier, Congress dubbed Prime Minister's assertion as insignificant adding that he made the statement eyeing upcoming elections in Karnataka.

    "Prime Minister Modi made the statement eyeing upcoming elections in Karnataka. He has been doing this and will also continue to do in future. He is following the ideology of RSS. His speech does not hold any significance," Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge said.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier in the day appealed to the Muslim community to find a proper solution to end the controversial practice of triple talaq.

    Addressing the Basva festival, Prime Minister Modi told media, "I believe people from Muslim community would come up to solve the issue of triple talaq and act as saviour to the Muslim women in this crucial period."

    He went on to say that there should be no discrimination in the country, adding that 'Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas' is the motto of his government and it will fulfill promises made to the people without any discrimination.

    http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/politics/290417/can-modi-speak-on-cow-vigilantes-widowing-muslim-women-azam-khan.html

    comments:

    This Hindu is following in the footsteps of western Islamophobes who also kill and rape Muslims in the name of rescuing the “poor and oppressed” Muslim women from the “evil Muslim men”. It’s his Hindus who are raping the Muslim women/girls while killing their fathers/husbands/brothers/sons in the name of their holy cow. Modi abandoned his wife, and he wants to give Muslim women rights? LOL.

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    India imposes Ramadan curfew in Kashmir after violence


    Security lock-down ahead of commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat's funeral cripples life in Kashmir on first day of Ramadan.

    Thousands of people on Sunday defied a strict curfew across most of Indian-administered Kashmir to attend the funeral of a top rebel commander killed by security forces.

    Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, a senior leader of the Hizbul Mujahideen group, was fatally shot on Saturday in a gun battle with government troops in his hometown of Tral.

    His death sparked widespread protests and clashes in parts of Kashmir, leaving one civilian dead and dozens of others wounded.

    On Sunday, the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, authorities imposed strict security measures, erecting barricades in Srinagar and other cities, as well as partially cutting telephone services to thwart further protests.

    Still, thousands assembled in Tral to attend Bhat's burial, shouting anti-India and pro-independence slogans.

    "People were walking on foot to take part in the funeral," 27-year-old Abid Ahmad, who traveled from Srinagar to Tral, told Al Jazeera.

    "But then we took alternate routes to reach there."
    'Suffocating restrictions'

    The lockdown in the mainly Muslim region crippled life across most of Kashmir.

    Srinagar's central mosque remained shut and devotees were barred from offering prayers on the first day of the Ramadan fasting period.

    "Restrictions have been put in place today so that mobs don't gather and incite violence," Shesh Pal Vaid, a police spokesman in Srinagar, told Al Jazeera.

    "The situation is under control."

    Authorities cut off internet mobile and calling services on Saturday, just hours after a month-long ban on 22 social media sites like Facebook and Twitter ended.

    "It is very suffocating to have curfew on the first day of the holy month," Parvez Ahmad, a Srinagar resident, told Al Jazeera.

    "The phones are blocked and mobile internet is shut. Everything is shut."

    He added: "It's very disturbing. We don't know what is going to happen in the next moment and how much the situation would escalate."

    Last year, nearly 100 protesters were killed after Hizbul Mujahideen leader Burhan Wani was killed, triggering months of anti-India protests.

    Anti-India sentiment runs deep in the Kashmir valley, where most people favour independence or a merger with Pakistan.

    The region has been divided between India and Pakistan since the end of British rule in 1947. Both claim the disputed territory in its entirety.

    Several armed rebel groups are fighting against Indian rule in Kashmir, with tens of thousands of people, most of them civilians, killed in the nearly three decades-old fighting.

    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/0...110100694.html


 

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