Who picked this life?
Crimes against children jumped over 60% in one year.And violent crimes jumped 27%.
Mostly, Crimes against children tend to be local crimes with the vast majority taking place within the home or family circle.
But then there is Internet crimes. Crimes against children are facilitated by the Internet, the increased use of which in recent years has led to a huge rise in offending. Not only can offenders distribute and access child abuse material more easily, but they can also come into direct contact with children – via chat-rooms and social networking sites. Most perpetrators are stereo-typically male, aged 18 to 35, and. About 70 percent are unemployed, and roughly half has problems with drugs or alcohol.
Look at ekdum local recent scenario in our society; a year old child got so brutally raped a few days ago that her family could not even recognize her. A woman stabbed her two year child thirty times for a simple reason. She was frustrated. 🙁 In-laws of a lady had the ascetics to throw acid on her stomach. Why? Because she was expecting a girl child. Girl child or Women are not only sufferers. Little boys are not spared either. They are as well sexually abused and maltreated. We are talking about children. They did not pick this life.
Children are our yet to come. We must care for them as adults. They need guardianship of nobles. A decent quality of education is indispensable to deal with the challenges faced in real time.
India unquestionably has some austere and rigorous laws to deal with crimes against children, but not authoritarian enough to instill fear in perpetrators. Our government needs to reinforce its putting into practice process to demonstrate that stringent laws are not just here to decorate pages of the constitution, but to healthier society for future generations to come.
We as a wide-ranging public can do only so much we want. We can spread sentience about such crimes and aspects related to it.It’s a chain. Right? One person can change the world.
A communications major, academic researcher, author, sunset photographer, and hardcore marketing professional with experience of over 6+ years in the industry, Lovey is always looking up witty ways to address taboo subjects in a simple yet hard-hitting manner.