National Women’s Commission chairman Rekha Sharma has attacked the West Bengal government fiercely. Talking to News Nation, he said that the attitude of the police on crime against women in West Bengal is not right.
Written By : Arvind Singh | Edited By : Ravindra Singh | Updated on: 14 Dec 2020, 04:04:34 PM
NCW Chief Rekha Sharma (Photo Credit: Social Media – File)
new Delhi :
National Women’s Commission chairman Rekha Sharma has attacked the West Bengal government fiercely. Talking to News Nation, he said that the attitude of the police on crime against women in West Bengal is not right. The criminals have got political instigation here, due to which these criminals are not afraid to commit any crime. Some politicians have their hands on them, due to which the police do not put their hands on them, in such a situation, their spirits are getting stronger and they are not afraid of committing any crime. Rekha Sharma, while talking to News Nation correspondent Arvind, attacked the state government and the police here fiercely, and what else he said during his discussion, let us tell you.
- Talking to News Nation, President of National Commission for Women Rekha Sharma said that there are political rapes and murders taking place there. Where there are two party people, the police do nothing especially when there is a crime against those of the opposition party. In the battle of men, women are being targeted in political matters.
- He told that the police is not doing anything on these criminals. When she herself reached to meet the DGP / Chief Secretary on these matters, she did not give time and sent her subordinates to the officers, who had no information about the complaint.
- He questioned the state government and said that, whether the accused are being protected on political instigation – they declined to comment when asked and did not want to create political issues. The same expectation from the state government is that they should not see this issue in political terms. Our complaint is that the police are not doing anything about the issue of women there.
- He further said that due to the closure of tea garden, the people there do not have employment, due to which they have no source of earning, due to this, women are being trafficked there. In the redlight area of many states you will find women of West Bengal.
- When asked on the statement of the ministers of West Bengal (the crime figure is less than the rest of the states), they said that the crime statistics in West Bengal will be only when the same FIR will be registered after the crime. The FIR is not registered in the case up to rape. The receiving number of complaints is not even available. There is a trend that the complainant does not even get a copy of the FIR
- He also told that Uttar Pradesh is the largest state in the country, there are more complaints but there is a positive response immediately after asking our answers there. I meet the DGP of Uttar Pradesh directly.
- National Women’s Commission chairman Rekha Sharma further said that today she is writing a letter to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, sending details of complaints to her. It also said that she hopes that she will ask her officials to give proper answers. If the satisfactory answer does not come, then she will write to the Ministry of Home Affairs.
First Published : 14 Dec 2020, 04:04:34 PM