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Bank employee expelled after commenting on Kathua case

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Bank employee expelled after commenting on Kathua case

Bank employee expelled after commenting on Kathua case

A private bank in Kerala had terminated Vishnu Nandakumar services forwarding his blazing comments concernining Asifa’s rape case. The latter horrific story had shattered India as well as other countries across the world.

Kotak Mahindra Bank, had dismissed his Kochi branch Assistant Manager Vishnu Nandakumar as the bank received complaints from the public for the staff racial comments on social media.

Taking reference to Asifa, Vishnu declared on his Facebook page hat it was “good that she was killed at this age itself. Else, she would have grown up and returned throwing bombs in India”. Though the time the publishing was not determined, the post was however widely shared and criticised on Facebook and Twitter.

Immediate action had been taken by the bank, “it is completely disheartening to see such comments being made in the aftermath of such a tragedy”, the Kotak Mahindra Bank said.

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Union Minister S. Ganwar, rape is unfortunate but “should not make a big deal out of it”

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Union Minister S. Ganwar, rape is unfortunate but “should not make a big deal out of it”

New Delhi: Amid India is mounting pressure to advocate rape cases and Cabinet Members had taken initiative to strengthen the POSCO Act, responses of Union Minister Santosh Gangwar had not been welcomed. The latter stated that rape cases are unfortunate but should be treated as a big issue. He underlined that in a huge country as India, one or two rape cases should not been given such importance. He further added that rape could not be stopped and is a vain issue.

India had faced over the past weeks waves of protests, from organisations calling for pressing measures against child rapist and abductors. The list of child rape cases seems endless as new reported cases continue to add to the outrage over the Kathua gang rape case. The cabinet met Saturday to take measures to implement death penalty for those who raped children below 12 years old.

While some people maintain that death penalty does not always act as a deterrent to rape, others welcome this initiative as a move from the government to address the rape issue in India.

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Fight over breakfast delay, man with mental illness killed his mother

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Fight over breakfast delay, man with mental illness killed his mother

Dhanbad: A 21 year old man with mental disorder has killed his mother as she served his breakfast late. The incident occurred in Tilkaroyidih village. The accused told his mother to serve his breakfast at 10 am. As his food was delayed, he got irritated and started beating his mother to death.

According to the police, the accused tried to attack his sister and sister-in-law. The latter tried to escape and inform the neighbourhood. He was then caught and locked by the neighbours while the police was called on the spot.

Manoj Kumar, officer-in-charge of Govindpur police station, stated the accused has been put in custody. He is also being treated by a psychiatrist.

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India: Rape, Cabinet Ministers met over capital punishment introduction

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India: Rape, Cabinet Ministers met over capital punishment introduction

Cabinet Ministers met today to sign off an emergency executive order. This move had been effected forwarding the increase in rape rate across the country.

The ordinance aims to introduce capital punishment for child rapists as child rape and crime continue to rise. India faces outrage, amid Unnao and Kathua rape, infantile rapes are reported everyday. The Union Commitee was held today and was chaired by PM Modi. The amendment of punishment against child rapists is aim to mark the government effort to fight sexual abuse.

Organisations call for a safer India, as tensions rises over the idleness of government as the country undergoes its “darker days”. Last case reported was the rape of a 8 month old baby in Indore on Friday 20 April. The child was abducted and raped in a basement by a 21 year old man.

 

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