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  • Re: Yet More Victims of Honour Killing......

    by » 6 years ago


    For some time we had not heard many news about honour killings therefore I was very much horrified to read the latest incident in Rohtak where the poor young girl was stoned to death in public, by her OWN FAMILY and the boy was brutally beheaded! The family who did this to the couple should be killed in the similar manner! After reading about such so-called honour crimes, we really need to redefine the meaning of word 'honour" :sick:

    http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/killed-for-eloping-girl-lynched-by-family-boy-beheaded-in-haryana-village-girl-s-parents-arrested-420910[/quotea

    This area is notorious for such incidents. I often read in newspapers that they do not approve relations in between same village, same gotra. They consider them brothers and sisters, so no such relations for them. If they found having such relations, death is only punishment for such pairs.

  • Re: Yet More Victims of Honour Killing......

    by » 6 years ago


    For some time we had not heard many news about honour killings therefore I was very much horrified to read the latest incident in Rohtak where the poor young girl was stoned to death in public, by her OWN FAMILY and the boy was brutally beheaded! The family who did this to the couple should be killed in the similar manner! After reading about such so-called honour crimes, we really need to redefine the meaning of word 'honour" :sick:

    http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/killed-for-eloping-girl-lynched-by-family-boy-beheaded-in-haryana-village-girl-s-parents-arrested-420910
    It is dishonor killing backed by community, despite Honorable Supreme Court ruling, no politicians have the guts to oppose this, as they can lose votes, even so called pressure groups are not taking this as cause, Here, in my society, honor killing is not there, but the person who has done this is barred from entering Temple and social occasions.


    Such practices of shunning people from communities and from participating in community activities is very common all over India, recently many such cases were reported in Maharashtra too. But compared to these practices, actually killing your own offspring in such a brutal manner is very shameful and disgusting! It is beyond comprehension of a civilized person! And what is more ridiculous is that in these communities, incest is practiced quite freely, to much consternation and agony of womenfolk in the families. So what kind of honour do these people really talk about?
    When tv reporters interviewed local MLA, he remains silent in this incident and try to justify this, as it seems this issue is social, as it is now becoming dangerous parasite like once Sati daha pratha was in Rajastan, it is high time, leaders like Raja Ram Mohan Roy to come front and educate the masses of their ignorance. Human lives are precious.

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    Thank you said by: shadow

  • Re: Yet More Victims of Honour Killing......

    by » 6 years ago


    For some time we had not heard many news about honour killings therefore I was very much horrified to read the latest incident in Rohtak where the poor young girl was stoned to death in public, by her OWN FAMILY and the boy was brutally beheaded! The family who did this to the couple should be killed in the similar manner! After reading about such so-called honour crimes, we really need to redefine the meaning of word 'honour" :sick:

    http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/killed-for-eloping-girl-lynched-by-family-boy-beheaded-in-haryana-village-girl-s-parents-arrested-420910
    It is dishonor killing backed by community, despite Honorable Supreme Court ruling, no politicians have the guts to oppose this, as they can lose votes, even so called pressure groups are not taking this as cause, Here, in my society, honor killing is not there, but the person who has done this is barred from entering Temple and social occasions.


    Such practices of shunning people from communities and from participating in community activities is very common all over India, recently many such cases were reported in Maharashtra too. But compared to these practices, actually killing your own offspring in such a brutal manner is very shameful and disgusting! It is beyond comprehension of a civilized person! And what is more ridiculous is that in these communities, incest is practiced quite freely, to much consternation and agony of womenfolk in the families. So what kind of honour do these people really talk about?
    When tv reporters interviewed local MLA, he remains silent in this incident and try to justify this, as it seems this issue is social, as it is now becoming dangerous parasite like once Sati daha pratha was in Rajastan, it is high time, leaders like Raja Ram Mohan Roy to come front and educate the masses of their ignorance. Human lives are precious.[/quote

    Rightly said, human life is precious for any one to play with it. They can not make their own personal law to kill any one but society and persons are related to each other. People should act as per set norms to avoid confrontation with their respective societies.

    Thank you said by: mohan manohar

  • Re: Yet More Victims of Honour Killing......

    by » 6 years ago


    For some time we had not heard many news about honour killings therefore I was very much horrified to read the latest incident in Rohtak where the poor young girl was stoned to death in public, by her OWN FAMILY and the boy was brutally beheaded! The family who did this to the couple should be killed in the similar manner! After reading about such so-called honour crimes, we really need to redefine the meaning of word 'honour" :sick:

    http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/killed-for-eloping-girl-lynched-by-family-boy-beheaded-in-haryana-village-girl-s-parents-arrested-420910[/quotea

    This area is notorious for such incidents. I often read in newspapers that they do not approve relations in between same village, same gotra. They consider them brothers and sisters, so no such relations for them. If they found having such relations, death is only punishment for such pairs.

    That's pretty much a traditional way of thinking, I would guess. But after all, that has been the way they have been living for ages now and it won't be easy or even possible to change their mindset.

  • Re: Yet More Victims of Honour Killing......

    by » 6 years ago


    In the latest incident of honor killing, which is not yet reported by national electronic and newspaper media, occurred at Bhubaneswar, where for the sake of honor, parents have burnt their girl, they close her face with a cotton and drop kerosene on her and then burnt her, streams of gas oozing out from their home, neighbors informed police officials.

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  • Re: Yet More Victims of Honour Killing......

    by » 6 years ago


    This is regrettable. The govt. is doing nothing and social organizations are doing too little to bring awakening among people. 'Honor killings' are very dishonorable. This is as bad as the infamous Sati system which was abolished with untiring efforts of Raja Ram Mohan Roy.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


    Thank you said by: mohan manohar

  • Re: Yet More Victims of Honour Killing......

    by » 6 years ago


    This is regrettable. The govt. is doing nothing and social organizations are doing too little to bring awakening among people. 'Honor killings' are very dishonorable. This is as bad as the infamous Sati system which was abolished with untiring efforts of Raja Ram Mohan Roy.



    This category of crimes should have been regarded as rarest of rare crimes but here again our systems have shamed us! No sensitivity, no reactions, not even a single candle lighted!!! :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:

    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani, shadow

  • Re: Yet More Victims of Honour Killing......

    by » 6 years ago


    This is regrettable. The govt. is doing nothing and social organizations are doing too little to bring awakening among people. 'Honor killings' are very dishonorable. This is as bad as the infamous Sati system which was abolished with untiring efforts of Raja Ram Mohan Roy.



    This category of crimes should have been regarded as rarest of rare crimes but here again our systems have shamed us! No sensitivity, no reactions, not even a single candle lighted!!! :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:


    In some cases the cases demand for social action but death is too much. They should adapt other ways to bring them to terms.

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  • Re: Yet More Victims of Honour Killing......

    by » 6 years ago


    This is regrettable. The govt. is doing nothing and social organizations are doing too little to bring awakening among people. 'Honor killings' are very dishonorable. This is as bad as the infamous Sati system which was abolished with untiring efforts of Raja Ram Mohan Roy.



    This category of crimes should have been regarded as rarest of rare crimes but here again our systems have shamed us! No sensitivity, no reactions, not even a single candle lighted!!! :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:


    In some cases the cases demand for social action but death is too much. They should adapt other ways to bring them to terms.

    The Khap Panchayats think on the traditional lines and are pretty much conventional in their approach and that is why death is the only way out according to them. It iwll not be easy to change their mentality.

  • Re: Yet More Victims of Honour Killing......

    by » 6 years ago


    Yes this is traditional in those areas and have no tolerance for such acts or mercy for pairs going against rules of society. They deal brutally with such offenders.

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