Thu. Jun 30th, 2022

   Nikita Tomar murdered or a case of love Jihad?

On 26 October, A 21-years old girl was murdered in broad daylight outside her college in Ballabgarh in Haryana’s Faridabad district. The Nikita Tomar Murder case led to national outrage when her father said that this is the case of ‘Love jihad’ and accused was forcing her to convert into the Islam and marry him but she refused so he brutally killed her. He has been following her for the last several years and studies in same college. 

Tauseef and Rehan khan were arrested from Mewat by the SIT team and investigators told that he killed her as she was planning to get married with other person. Since she refused to convert into Islam and rejected his friendship. Tauseef was became madden and wanted to teach a lesson to Nikita.

Tauseef planned to kill Nikita with his friend Rehan and shot her dead when she came out of the her college on 26 October after taking her exam. First, they tried to kidnap her in the car when do not succeed, then they shot her. The Incident took place during a failed abduction attempt that was recorded on camera.

The accused also tried to kidnap Nikita in 2018 and had been following her for many years but in 2018 and continue asked to convert into Islam but the matter was resolved by the two sides. 

For this reason, the courage of these people increased so much and lost the fear of the law in their eyes and shot her in public. If her family had filed a case instead of resolve matter with accused family in 2018, Nikita would have been alive today.

In the last year print survey shows that many women consider women responsible for rape, are the rapist not being encouraged further by reading such a thing, first of all we need to improve the thinking of people of our society who are such Promotes people.

India recorded an average of 87 rape cases daily in 2019 and overall 4,05,861 cases of crime against women during the year, a rise of over 7% from 2018, the latest government data released on September 29, 2020 by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB). Of these, the highest reported cases were from Rajasthan (18,432) followed by Uttar Pradesh (18,304). A total of 32,033 cases of rape were lodged in 2019, which was 7.3% of all crimes against women during the year

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