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India Shocked to Discover that 96 percent of sexual abusers of minors in India are relatives or friends of the family

Source: goachronicle.com 10/23/21

Sexual abuse of a child is a horrific and heinous crime. Everyday in different parts of India cases of child sexual abuse are being reported, many however, continue to remain unreported.

The most shocking truth about child sexual abuse in India is that in all child sexual abuse case reported in the country which is part of the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) data, in 96 percent of the cases, most of the sexual abusers were known to the children. And even more disturbing is the fact that the sexual offender is known to the family.

On analyzing the NRCB 2020 Data on Offenders Relation to Child Victims of POCSO Act (Section 4 & 6) – 2020, it shockingly revealed that most sexual offenders of the minor children were family member, family friends, neighbors or people known to the family and friends, or online friends on the pretext of marriage.

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Amazing that Indians would be “shocked” to discover this statistic. That is precisely the documented pattern seen in the US. As in this country, ignorance of the facts can only be attributed to willful blindness.

Veritas.

The ” shock” is purely conjured by the author and not fact.

Sounds alot like America we all know 95% of child abuse takes place in the children’s home.
Is it possible for a person forced to register to be institutionalized from being on the registry for 22 years, I mean I see people come home from prison who are institutionalized by the system.
I’ve been trapped in a virtual jail cell for 22 years constantly looking over my shoulder watching my back and preparing myself for whatever happens at work.
Putting teenagers on the registry for life is inhumane and unnecessary.
ACSOL should form a team that only represents teenagers placed on the registry from ages 17-19 so when the media and law enforcement agencies post pictures of dirty scary sex offenders they pulled out from under the freeway, will counter that with a picture of a young handsome teen who made a really big mistake and has taken full responsibility of his actions and is very remorseful and has been working very hard to become a productive member of Society.

🔥We gotta fight fire with fire 🔥

Sounds like a plan. I wonder what Mike Tyson’s PR people cost?

This is a very good idea and make sure they are all white !

Aero1, you mentioned looking over your shoulder. That is something I definitely understand. Today at mass, I realized the feelings I get in wondering if I’ve been recognized from the registry are similar to those expressed by child porn victims. They frequently express stress over the possibility that as adults they might have been recognized by some random stranger who happens to look at them, perhaps admiringly. The odds of someone on the public registry being recognized are considerably greater than being recognized from pictures taken as a child. These victims could benefit from therapeutic intervention to aid in understanding how unlikely that recognition is. However, today I gained a bit of empathy for those fears, no matter how irrational.

Veritas.

I am shocked that India is shocked About this. Family business should stay in the family. But the Karen’s of the world like to make trouble. Why? Cause those Karen’s had no one too love them. [snip]

Meanwhile the United States is the land of Confusion and a lot of deflection.

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