A wave of grief and anger in the country over the rape of an 86-year-old woman
New Delhi: The rape of an 86-year-old woman in India has sparked outrage across the country, with a 30-year-old accused under the age of 50 being arrested.
According to Indian media, the shocking incident took place in the capital New Delhi, which is also known as the Rape Capital of India.
Police say an elderly woman was waiting for a milkman outside her home on Monday when a man approached her, told her the milkman was not coming today, and asked him to take her to the place. Will go where milk is available.
The man took the elderly woman to a nearby farm and committed a heinous act. Meanwhile, the woman kept crying and saying that she was like her grandmother, however, lice did not crawl on the ears of the accused and on resisting, he also tortured her.
Locals rushed to the spot and arrested the accused and later handed him over to the police.
According to a local social worker, she met the 86-year-old woman with bruises on her face and body while she was in a state of shock.
According to Indian media reports, the crime of rape against women in India is currently at an alarming rate. According to the National Crime Records Bureau, in 2018, the police recorded 33,977 cases of rape, which means that every 15 minutes one Rape
However, the actual figures are much higher because many cases go unreported.
The graph of sexual crimes against women in India is rising to such an extent that during the outbreak of the Coronavirus, corona patients were also reported to be abused. Last month, the driver of an ambulance carrying a Code 19 patient stopped them Abused.
Just last month, a 13-year-old girl was raped and killed in a sugarcane field, and her family said she had her eyes gouged out and her tongue cut out.
A 6-year-old girl was also abducted and raped in July and her eyes were damaged so she could not identify the attackers.
In addition, an 11-year-old disabled girl was gang-raped by 17 people last year. Abused him.
Social activists in India say that Delhi was named the Rape Capital by Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he was busy with his election campaign and promised justice for abused women.
However, now they have forgotten their promise and it seems that the government machinery has failed to control the uncontrollable and horrific situation of sexual crimes against women.