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A Practical Observation by: Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana



The Topic Of Crime Against Women In India



'Why Can't Women Live In Peace In This Country-INDIA?'



1. 'Why Can't Women Live In Peace In This Country-INDIA?’ Asks The Supreme Court On The Topic Of Crime Against Women In India.



2. Hearing the appeal, the court stated that the man had created a situation which had compelled the (HAPLESS) girl (s) to commit suicide: Very rightly observed by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India ( in short, after mental depression, anxiety etc after getting them mentally tortured by their husbands including her- in- laws directly and indirectly by all means normally).



3. 'Why Can't Women Live In Peace In This Country?’ Asks The Supreme Court On The Topic Of Crime Against Women



4. Why can’t a woman live in peace in this country: Supreme Court over growing crimes against women.



5. New Delhi: Irked over growing crimes against women, the Supreme Court bench on Sunday asked why women can’t live in peace in this Country. The SC observation came when a bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra was hearing an appeal filed by a man who was sentenced to seven years in imprisonment by the Himachal Pradesh High Court for allegedly teasing and compelling a 16-year-old girl to commit suicide.



Comment By: Balbir Singh Sooch:



To my mind, the answer as to 'why can’t Women Live in Peace in This Country-INDIA’ can be found out easily if some ‘independent investigating agency’ is deployed in such reported cases and the reasons of over growing crimes against women in India: that the men create a situation which compel the (HAPLESS) girl (s)-women to commit suicide; to say in short, after mental depression, anxiety etc… after they get mentally tortured in isolation by their husbands including her- in- laws and or someone else associated within and outside gang directly and indirectly by all means normally being all hapless as being noticed.



Similarly, it is very rightly observed by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India as reported today.



But from where was to find an ‘independent investigating agency’ for the job in India?



A Practical Observation by:

Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana

April 23, 2017

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