November 19, 2022 | CJP Team
Claim: The speaker in the video, Gautam Khattar, claims that 99.9% of Muslim men have been involved in courting innocent Hindu women and getting them to fall in love with them. The announcer then says that of all these women, 80% of them have been murdered or raped, and the rest live in hell.
arrested! There are no such official statistics published by any authority or body, or even by any organization, to support Khattar’s unsubstantiated claims. The National Crime Records Office, each year, publishes a Crimes in India report that documents crimes committed against women, but they are not classified by community.
These numbers have just been declared to push the communal agenda, strike fear into the public mind and create disharmony in our country.
The case the speaker is referring to here is a gruesome murder case given a communal color by Hindutva groups. From a case of violence and murder of a woman, it has now been presented as a lesson for all those Hindu women who choose to cross the social barriers of segregating people based on their castes, beliefs and religions.
In the video, the speaker, Gautam Khattar, is seen referring to the recent murder case of Shraddha Walkar by her boyfriend, Aaftab Poonawala. In this particular case, her boyfriend and girlfriend were living together as a couple and had a fight. As a result, the boyfriend strangled the girl and then dismembered her body into 35 pieces. Since the couple belonged to different religions, the speaker in the video can be heard comparing this aforementioned case to a case of love jihad. To make his case, he cites certain percentages. As stated by him, 99.9% of Muslim men have been involved in courting innocent Hindu women and getting them to fall in love with them. He goes on to say that those Hindu women are suffering today and they are victims. The announcer then says that of all these women, 80% of them have been murdered or raped, and the rest live in hell. In addition to this, he says that for all this, neither the Muslim nor the parents of the Hindu girl can be blamed, who are trying to stop her. But, as the girl believes in her advanced thinking, she breaks the relationship with her own family and enters into a cohabitation relationship with the Muslim man. Reconnecting with the case, the speaker says that the girl then goes to Delhi, earns and eats alone and indulges in the drama of love. After a few days, the same girl is put in the fridge after being murdered.
The video can be seen here: (20) Dr. Prachi Sadhvi on Twitter: “https://t.co/yPlkLp3lPU” / Twitter
Although it can be deduced from the facts of these cases that it is only a case of a crime committed against women, a communal color is being given to it.
India sees multiple cases of crimes against women on a daily basis. From sexual assault and abuse to rape, domestic violence and dowry death, crimes against women have been on the rise. While some of these cases are covered by the Indian mainstream, based on the caste, creed and religion of the woman, the case of Aaftab Poonawalla and Shraddha has been dissected by the media to propagate to the Muslims in the bad light.
To dispel the myth that only Muslim men indulge in killing a woman in such horrific ways, we have compiled a list of crimes committed against women in the recent past, in which the perpetrator was not a Muslim man. .
- Just a few days after the aforementioned murder case, Abhijit Patidar, allegedly killed Shilpa Jharia by slitting her throat, recorded a video with the victim’s body and posted it on social media. In the shocking video he posted on social media, Abhijit says, “Bewafai Nahi Karne Ka” (don’t be unfaithful). He then lifts a blanket to reveal a woman lying on the bed, her throat slit.
- In the same week as the Aaftab case, Priyangi Singh was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai. after having suffered multiple fractures in his spinea head injury and paralysis below the waist in the assault of her boyfriend, Amey Darekar, 25, in the water tank on the 13th floor terrace of a mutual friend’s building in Dahisar.
- In September 2022, Ankita Bhandari, nineteen years old., a receptionist at the Vanantara resort owned by the son of now-ousted BJP leader Vinod Arya, Pulkit Arya, has been found dead in a lake. She was murdered for refusing to succumb to pressure from the accused for engaging in prostitution.
- In September 2020, a 19-year-old Dalit woman was gang-raped in Hathras district, Uttar Pradesh, by four upper caste Hindu men. He died two weeks later in a Delhi hospital. Initially, it was reported that a defendant had tried to kill her, although later in her statement before the magistrate, the victim named four defendants for having raped her. The victim’s brother claimed that no arrests were made in the first 10 days after the incident. After her death, the victim was forcibly cremated by police without the consent of her family, a claim the police deny.
- In January 2018, an 8-year-old Muslim girl, Asifa Bano was abducted, gang-raped and murdered by six men and a minor in the village of Rasana near Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir, India. Known as the Kathua rape case, all the perpetrators were Hindus and the victim had been targeted because of her religion.
- In 2017, Rajesh Gulati was found guilty of murder and missing evidence by the Dehradun court. He had murdered his wife and cut her body into 70 pieces.
To show the prevalence of domestic violence in India, here are some revealing statistics on the same. The NFHS Fifth Round (2019-21) shows that 31.5% of Indian women in the 18-49 age group have experienced physical and sexual violence at least once. The NFHS data further shows that multiple factors affect the likelihood of this type of violence against women, such as age, education, income, etc. their lifetime, this number increases with the age of women (to 35.3%) up to the age group of 30-39 years. It did decrease slightly in the age group of 40-49 years (35.2%). Compared to urban women, rural women are much more likely to have experienced physical or sexual abuse. Higher levels of education and income help reduce the likelihood of physical violence against women, but do not completely eradicate it, as the Shraddha case demonstrates.
The World Health Organization Global Database on the Prevalence of Violence against Women provides a consolidated global database on the prevalence of intimate partner violence in 158 countries around the world. These numbers are based on the latest nationwide surveys conducted during the period from 2000 to 2018. WHO data shows that 18% of Indian women aged 15-49 experienced at least one form of intimate partner violence in the previous 12 months. This figure puts India 33rd highest out of 156 countries for which a comparable estimate was available.
To put things in perspective, Indian women are less susceptible to intimate partner violence than women in Bangladesh (23%) and Afghanistan (35%), but more susceptible than Pakistan (16%), Nepal (11%) and Sri Lanka (4%), and the world’s major industrialized nations. If you look at the percentage of women who have suffered intimate partner violence throughout their lives, these figures are higher. About 35% of Indian women aged 15-49 have experienced at least one form of intimate partner violence in their lifetime, ranking India 33rd out of 151 countries (for which data is available). comparable estimate).
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