Disgusting how can anyone blame women if they get raped... Don't we have the courage to bring the actual culprit in light?
Enough!!! It's time women enjoy peace and freedom without any fear
The way Indian men are brought up by their parents contributes a big deal to how they behave with women once they grow up.
Death penalty is the only way we can ensure that rapes do not happen... let men fear death before doing something to women.
It's really surprising why government ad our politicians never stand up against such crimes and keep talking and take no actions.
How can the rape accused by set free? There have to be very severe punishment to ensure they don't commit such crime ever again.
India is a democratic country and people have the right to protest wherever they want to. Wht can't cops let it be a peaceful march?
Every time there's a rape, citizens have to bear the brunt because of the unwanted chaos that follows. Can't we do something about it?
Why put useless restrictions on women??? How would it solve the purpose. Men need to change their filthy minsets and nothing else.
It's a matter of sheer shame that our government, cops and people can't do anything substancial to ensure women's safety and protect them.
No use of brushing the truth under carpets... we all know who is to be blamed.
Do you think putting the rape accused behind bars would be of any help? Because once a criminal, always a criminal and he would never change.
What's the guarantee that if women don't move out in the night, rapes won't happen? What did the 5-year-old or infants do that they got raped?
It's the need of the hour that everyone comes together barring age, caste, creed or sex to stop this crime against women.
Break the barriers and come out of the closet. Fight against rapes, molestation and eve teasing so that women can leave peacefully too.
Yes, this has to be the punishment for men who treat women like animals.
Women expressing their anger while protesting against rapes in the city.
High time Indian Police needs to get into action to ensure women's safety