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Commanding respect, Demanding safety: The Women of India - Fiinovation

Commanding respect, Demanding safety: The Women of India - Fiinovation
Fiinovation believes the actual need of the hour is a revolutionary change in the mindsets and conscience of society so that women are treated equal in status and opportunities and stop being seen as mere objects of sexual pleasure. 2014-07-16 13:22:08
The condition of women in India has always been a matter of grave concern. Since the past centuries, women were never given equal status and their share of opportunities as compared to that of their male counterparts. The patriarchal nature of Indian society has greatly obstructed both the independence as well as the safety of women.

Fiinovation understands that one of the main reasons of ferocity against women is the mentality which consider women inferior of men and merely limits their importance to the maintenance of the household, upbringing of children and pleasing their husbands.

The cliché thoughts and upbringing culture still lay jumbled in the minds of the society that women still have to fight for their equality when they have stood at par with what men can do. It is sad to understand that women are the better halves of the society, yet they are the ones who face the maximum tortures in many ways in their lives.

Generations ago, women were considered as mere objects of attaining sexual pleasure and a servant of the husband, who was considered "parameshwar" meaning "supreme God". Times have changed but the mentality still prevails in the mindsets of society.

A large portion of women in India are still subjected to rape and other forms of sexual assault on a daily basis. Formulation of stringent laws needs to be carried out to ensure that the guilty in such cases get the punishment that they deserve and don't walk away freely due to the weak provisions or loopholes of the existing laws.

Many sexual assault and molestation cases go unnoticed due to the loopholes in the system. If we take account of all these women and then collectively see the scenario of sexual crimes against women, it can be easily seen that stringent laws alone cannot do much. What really needs to be done is the moral mending of the minds of the masses by means of education and awareness. Time and again, the existing laws have proved to be inefficient in ensuring justice, giving rise to the need for stringent laws to ensure swift justice and appropriate punishment to the guilty.

By Pooja Arora


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