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इंडियन आवाज़     16 Oct 2018 12:28:46      انڈین آواز
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‘Rape Roko’ campaign launched in Delhi to fight sexual violence

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Our Correspondent /New Delhi

Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) today launched a nationwide campaign ‘Rape Roko’ with the students to fight sexual violence.

DCW chief Swati Maliwal — who is on a Satyagraha in protest against the rape of an eight-month-old infant in the capital launched the campaign along with other social workers

“Have not gone home since last 14 days. Hoped our Satyagraha would start a people’s movement & end culture of silence around rapes! Time has come for a change. Launching nationwide campaign #RapeRoko with students today on 13th Feb! No more rapes. No more baby Nirbhaya!” Ms Maliwal said in a tweet.

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“Movement begins #RapeRoko. Its your movement. Join. Let’s fight sexual violence against women and children! Not alone. Hundreds of people are supporting #RapeRoko. This is your fight. If you don’t join now, your children may question you tomorrow. Join us. We demand change. No more rapes. Period!”

 

Not alone. Hundreds of people are supporting . This is your fight. If you don’t join now, your children may question you tomorrow. Join us. We demand change. No more rapes. Period!

Delhi remains one of the most unsafe city for women — a fact reinforced by the latest National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) statistics for the year 2016.

Delhi reported 1,996 rape cases in 2016, up from 1,893 in 2015.

The national Capital, which has consistently reported an increase in the number of sexual crimes against women, has also topped the charts for crimes such as dowry deaths, acid attacks, cruelty by husbands, kidnapping and abduction and stalking, among 19 metropolitan cities of the country from where data was analysed.

According to NCRB data released on Thursday, Delhi contributed one in every three cases of all the crimes against women that happened in metropolitan cities and 4% of all the such cases in the country, with 13,803 cases. This is higher than the 13,260 cases reported in 2014.

Mumbai was a distant second with 5,128 cases registered in 2016. In neighbouring Ghaziabad, 1,031 such cases were reported in 2016.

 

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