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what law can do?Views: 122
Aug 05, 2008 5:27 am re: re: re: re: re: what law can do?
Hiren Shah Ritu's answers are more true than funny.

Yesterday, I was reading a strange story in the Readers Digest in the context of sexual offence/misconduct. The concerned woman belonged to the CRPF and had an excellent trackrecord. She was forcibly kissed by some IG(Inspector General) and then some second in command also tried to get fresh with her and demanded that she introduce her to her lady constables working under her. She filed a compalint against both though she had no real proof, had to wait for years and no real reprimand took place on top of which she was shunted off to some north east state as a punishment posting for being "diffcult". In the meanwhile, the miscreants got promoted. All this left her mentally and emotionally devastated and she left the CRPF to join the Art of living spiritual course which she now teaches. Neadless to mention, the real identity of the victim was not mentioned but the manner in which some of the story is naarated, it seems that this kind of thing is considered normal or natuaral like the spoils of war in some cultures where soldiers tend to resort to similar mischief. I have read stuff like this is some American management books but in some of those cases, at least an effective rederessal mechanism is in place.

Today in the papers it has come that political parites are doing a verbal ping pong on who was really guilty in the cash scam in the recent majority vote in parliament providing their own version of "proof".

The fact remains that whatever be the issue, without evidence the courts cannot do much and for the wrongdoers take full advantage of that. At this rate, maybe someday a law shall be passed that everybody should compulsorily move around with a web camera or something like that which should remain on all the time . This sort of thing can be countered only if everyone starts behaving like Tarun Tejpal and if not in the age of information revolution and mass communication, then when? It boils down to what you can get away with. Even the Australian cricketers sledge becasue they get away with it. They would not dare to talk like that if it was possible to hear them.

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