Castrate rapists, says Haryana Women Commission chief
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Haryana State Commission for Women chairperson Sushila Sharma has said that those accused of gangrape should be castrated. Sharma said this after meeting the victim of recent gangrape at Jind. "The accused who committed gangrape, and circulated its MMS should be castrated so that they can feel the pain and agony caused due to the crime committed by them throughout their lives," Sharma said.
Sharma and a team of State Women Commission officers visited Hisar, Jind and Sonepat, and met recent rape victims. "I visited all three victims of the recent gangrapes and assured them support and speedy justice. I will write to the state government to formulate a strategy and devise mechanism to stop circulation of such MMS," Sharma said.
"I stand by my statement. It's the same statement that I made in Hisar.. .We need to look at the impunity with which these criminals first rape a woman, even minors, and then circulate the MMS of the rapes. After meeting these victims, one realises the pain and humiliation that they will be forced to go through their lives...Gangrapes in Haryana have become routine and a source of recreation for youngsters," Sharma added.
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