Friday, April 13, 2018

The World Is Full Of Monsters, Beware!

I am writing this with a heavy heart. 

I just learnt that the world we live in is really cruel. After hearing the news I don't think any one of you would be able to digest it.

Well, its about how an innocent soul was ripped into pieces by the monsters.

As per the news,  In early January 2018, Asifa Bano, an 8-year-old girl was brutally raped and murdered in the northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The incident sparked violent protests in the area as the men arrested for the crime are Hindu, and the child belonged to a nomadic community of Muslim shepherds.

The police officials said that the suspect grabbed her by the neck and forced her to take sleeping pills. With the help of a friend, she was confined in a Hindu temple, drugged, raped for five days by a group of men. On January 17, Asifa’s crumpled body was found in the forest, in the same purple dress, smeared with blood.
Eight men have been arrested in connection with the murder case and several have confessed, where the killing took place. Also, the crime was intricately planned by Sanji Ram, the temple custodian, who they say agreed to pay local officers 500,000 rupees to create false evidence that would lead investigators away from him and his men.
Society believes that a girl gets raped because she provoked the male. In this case, could you really tell that? Could the 8 year old girl have provoked those grown educated men into raping  and torturing her multiple times?
Moreover, people have started fighting over the religions. It has now turned into Hindu - Muslim issue. Did this little girl lose her life for monsters in the society to fight over the religion?
I truly pray that the monster pay the price for their cruel deeds. I also pray for the safety of women and children all over the world.
Justice must be served, hard and fast.
RIP Asifa!

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