The fear of police and law does not seem to be working on the perpetrators, despite the recent case of Hyderabad Encounter of the Rapists. Another attempt of rape on the 23-Year-Old came into the light in and this time also the accused tried to burn her alive just because she resisted his attempt to rape her. The victim was burnt more than 50 per cent in this incident.
Not alone the common man in the country who is happy about the encounter of the four accused involved in Priyanka rape and Murder case but there are many senior political leaders and celebrities are supporting the act of the Hyderabad Police. The Telangana minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav told the media that he is happy about the entire incident and the order of the crime scene reconstruction came from the above to close this matter faster since there was a doubt if the justice would have been served if things go through the court procedure “Indian judicial process will go on forever,'' he said, adding that the “credit goes to the Chief Minister.”
The factory owner is the first target of the Delhi police in the Anaj Mandi fire case in which around 43 laborers burnt alive and many have injured seriously. The question here is if alone the factory owner is responsible for this?? What about the authorities who suppose to keep the check on the factory to make sure that it is equipped with necessary fire safety material and also check the legalities with the factory owner who was running the business of manufacturing illegally. Now that the innocent poor people have died, all the politicians including the CM of Delhi wants to wash their hands by giving the compensation of few lakhs to the families of victims??
One of the biggest food aggregator app Zomato which looks like a profit making company has reached the cash burn to the extent of 15 million USD per month to sustain its daily operation. Although earlier the company had announced three fold jump in its revenue.
The great Indian festival is over, Prime Minister Modi and his party BJP has emerged as the winners' hands down, for the second time arguably because of weak opposition more than promises fulfilled. But what does this big win mean for India?