Image – PTI
Remember the rape of 3-year old school kid in a school in Bangalore by her teacher last year? – the case that had taken the country to storm same time last year. To freshen your memory I have some news items from our premier media here –
Please note the following in above-mentioned news –
“Former NCW Chief Mamta Sharma today said that the government must arrange sensitization programs via NGOs in schools and colleges and also for the police force.
Activist Geeta Menon, speaking to Times Now, suggested that all schools should set-up a sexual harassment board immediately and labour laws, too, should be modified to address these concerns.”
It looks like all these news items have some Purpose behind them and feminists demand of setting up some committees in schools and letting the NGOs enter the school in the disguise of these committees reveal that they have some money agenda behind all these claims. This is made to look like existing police and school authorities are NOT ENOUGH to deal with safety in our schools. Only if we understood that all such complaints are ‘alleged’ and not proven, but still we react vigorously to each of these without trying to understand the criminal minds playing behind such news at the expense of some people.
India Today reported the incident like this –
Please note that India Today reported the hurt in a manner which the readers think as rape.
Please see Yahoo India added the fact that “Incidents of child abuse has become a regular affair in Bangalore” just to tickle the concern for your child in school.
We can’t forget what followed the incident in Bangalore. All Bangalore residents will know and remember that for years. After one year of the incident, the investigation reveals that the accused was not even present in that school in a time of the incident –
Please note what the AGM of the school has said – “If there was any other man in his place, he would have met the same fate,”
Yes, this is how men are shamed in our country today. They are silently thrown out of our school and education system by such allegations and making men look dangerous creatures for our children. These criminal mothers and women NGO workers are not even punished when they continue to hunt for their new scapegoats and ruin their lives.
Nagraj and likes of him had no fault except they are all men. The problem is with us – common Indians who believe all such allegations to be true and start reacting vigorously. Please note what women NGO workers demanded (mentioned in Firstpost article). They wanted entry of NGOs in schools so that they can make money. Yes, it is a BIG money game being played in India in the name of sex education, child sensitization etc.
Are you aware?