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Strict Laws or Better Implementation

Dakshina Sogani
Amity Law School, Noida
Uttar Pradesh, India

Volume II – Issue VI, 2019

It is a combination of strict laws and better implementation what we should seek. People should be scared enough to even think about such an act and that would only happen with strict punishment and better implementation. Trial for years kills the hope of victim and act as an escape for the accused. There is no appropriate compensation in any way to make good of what the victim has lost. With every passing trials and hearings and days passing days there is no good happening to her. The victim gets to live and eat in the prison as what their Human Rights and Prisoners’ Rights suggests. What about her Human Rights to get justice in an appropriate time span? Does Nirbhaya left in peace thinking of her accused living a life and she died a painful death. What about the girl’s underage who doesn’t even know what actually happened to them? What about little girls who dies before they could live? Who has already suffered so much keeping her in queue for justice isn’t it a punishment? Every passing day from the date of crime handicaps the justice of the victim.

 

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