Out of the Ashes: Crime against Women

  • Sneha Jaiswal And Devansh Kaushik
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  • Sneha Jaiswal

    Student at Christ (Deemed to be University) Delhi NCR, India.

  • Devansh Kaushik

    Student at Christ (Deemed to be University) Delhi NCR, India.

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This research paper aims to talk about the crime against women in present modern-day Indian culture. The paper's focal shine illuminates the offense against women in India, administrative measures for something similar, and to-win over-friendly difficulties starting crime against women. Crime against women is not limited to a particular culture, locality, country, specific gatherings of women inside the general public. The crime against women takes numerous structures physical, sexual, mental, and practical. The foundations of crime against women lie in the ongoing victimization of women. Even after a few authoritative and different middle and state governments' measures, crimes against women like rape, kidnapping and abduction, dowry deaths, torture, attack, improper behaviour, and girl child importation are not declining. These types of crimes are interrelated. Women who experience such crime undergo a scope of physical and emotional well-being issues, and their capacity to take an interest in social life decreases. Crime against women hurts families and networks across ages and supports different indecencies predominant in society. The legitimate revealing of rape and attack cases, successful law requirement offices, commendable discipline, zero biasness against rape cases, effective and productive Indian Police System, making authoritative mindfulness among women, and appropriate preparation of women to manage crime against them could be measures to eliminate or if nothing else to diminish the crime against women in India.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 5, Page 589 - 597

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.111956

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