A 10 Year Old Raped in A Village of Chhattisgarh, Head Smashed With A Stone

While we were all busy begging for justice for the 8 year old Asifa who was raped and murdered in Kathua, another 10 year old has been raped in Chhattisgarh.

A 10-year-old, who was attending a wedding function in a village in Kabirdham District of Chhattisgarh on Wednesday was raped by a 25-year-old. The poor child was raped and killed by smashing her head with a stone.

The accused, Uttam Sahu was a friend of the bridegroom. The girl was reportedly a relative of the bridegroom.

While everyone was busy in the celebrations, Uttam Sahu took the girl away and committed the crime. He dumped her body in a dry riverbed in the village on Thursday morning.

So people, you need justice for Asifa? Or for Nirbhaya? Or for the Unnao rape case victim? Or for someone else? There are thousands of rape cases registered every year in India. But, what do we do? Nothing. Have we become that shameless?

When the entire nation was busy asking for justice for Asifa, crying and shouting on the streets with candles in their hands, another girl was being raped in a different part of the country.

Is this what we have come to? How useful were your protests? What change did they bring?



Totally unprofessional; Trying to figure out what writing is all about; I am just a name.


anuskhalovestruck15 · April 21, 2018 at 11:49 am

Really I agree with you.
When political interference takes place then only protests against such crimes happens in India. Everyone from big celebraties to a commoner consider it a crime.
After Nirbhaya case each and everyday atleast 10 girls goes through the trauma of being raped or molested, but no one does candle light march for them. Why? Just because they are not given political colour on it.
Sorry to say I feel most of the people are hypocrites here.

ACountryBoy · April 21, 2018 at 2:25 pm

This breaks my heart. Why are so many men monsters?

divya vaidya · April 21, 2018 at 3:53 pm

This is freaking me out.
A new rape case in the news every morning, and our Govt. is doing nothing.

Dhwani · May 11, 2018 at 11:44 am

These cases were heartbreaking but definitely not shocking because apparently such case have become daily news for us in India. It saddens me that a developing nation so wide cannot bring justice to its women. We have a long way to go when it come to women safety and respect. I love how you are trying to reach out to people with your writing like many other who share their concern and fear. There is a need to educate children but the conservative society that we are forbids us from even mentioning rapes to children and that is probably the reason why they are unable to tell apart right from wrong. The youth needs to be taught.
Recently even I wrote a poem on the Asifa Case portraying forward my disgust and anger towards the corrupt system and people who drag politics and religion into an issue like this. Its just not humane. Please do check it out once. The least we can do as individuals is try to make people understand by putting forward out thoughts.

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