Sunday, June 27, 2010

Is Indian Judiciary Legalizing and promoting Prostitution

Is Indian Judiciary Legalizing and promoting Prostitution???

The women who is mature and educated being a school teacher knowing that he was married clearly had consensual sex with the man and had all fun and satisfied her lust and then to extort the man levelled RAPE allegation so that she gets a huge free easy money to support her family’s financial needs

The man who must have been harassed and pressured to plead guilty. If he has really commited a crime of RAPE then he should be convicted and not be let off after paying up for the sex. These kind of judicial posturing would mean Rich can get away with henious crimes by owning up and paying up.

It also points out that JUSTICE for RAPE victims is MONEY AND MONEY because such case of failed relationship sex are converted to RAPE just to extract from MONEY non suspecting men and the judiciary is so very happy to support promote and legalise such extortive women.


Man told to pay rape victim Rs 1 lakh

NEW DELHI: A Delhi court has directed a man to pay compensation of Rs 1 lakh to an MCD school teacher after holding him guilty of raping her.
Additional sessions judge Kamini Lau sentenced Azaz Ahmed, a cab driver, to the jail term that he had already served during his incarceration in judicial custody.
The court’s order came after Ahmed pleaded guilty of the charges levelled by the victim who said the convict, who was already married, raped her a number of times between January and September 2007 after promising to marry her. The victim had also alleged she was forced to abort a child on August 14, 2007 by the convict as she conceived due to the forced relationship.
During the trial, the convict, who used to pick up and drop children to a MCD school, admitted his guilt as the victim recorded her statement before the court detailing the incidents, leading to registration of a criminal case against the convict with Jahangirpuri police station here.
“After the accused has expressed his desire to plead guilty, the victim orally told the court that she has forgiven the accused and does not wish to pursue the present case further.
“She has told the court that she and her family are in a state of destitution because after this incident, when her parents came to know about her relationship with the accused, they went into a state of depression,” the court noted.
Besides ordering convict to pay up, the court directed the investigating officer to put the family of the victim, on contractual basis, under the care of an NGO working in the area to provide necessary assistance by way of counselling and rehabilitation of her and her family.

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