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JIH AMEER EXPRESSES GRAVE CONCERN OVER SEX CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN

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Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Maulana Syed Jalaluddin Omari has expressed grave concern over sexual atrocities against women in different parts of the country particularly in the national capital of Delhi. He also strongly condemned these incidents.

In a media statement on 27 December, the JIH chief mentioned the 16 December incident in which a 23-year-old woman was gang-raped by six persons and after being brutally beaten was thrown out of the moving bus. It is highly concerning and condemnable act wherever it takes place, but occurrence of the heinous incident in the national capital is a shameful matter for the government, he said adding that such incidents are happening more in Delhi than in other cities; it is really a matter of great concern. Delhi is the centre of the union government. Delhi also has a state government whose police is under the control of the central government. Besides, secret and intelligence agencies have their networks here. Despite all, if sex crimes are being committed at regular intervals here, it is very surprising. Various countries have their embassies in Delhi through which the news of such incidents spreads across the globe in no time and ultimately brings disrepute to the country.

Ameer-e-Jamaat demanded the central and state governments to take effective steps to check such crimes and punish the culprits. He expressed satisfaction that the incidents of Delhi have made the countrymen aware and active and protest demonstrations are being held at different places. He appealed to government and non-government organisations to launch mass awareness campaigns for rights and dignity of women in the society and for the protection of their modesty and life.



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