Sexual assault in India: US woman slams Indian judicial system
An American woman subjected to sexual assault in India has lashed out on corrupt Indian legal systems. Video got viral in social networking site Facebook in which she was demanding justice.
According to a foreign news agency, the American woman allegedly sexually assaulted in Capital of India in 2013.
According to the American woman, the convict in the case has been released on bail.
The woman shot a video in front of Indian Consulate in San Francisco and said she had to travel all the way to India several times alone to testify in a sexual assault case, but the accused was released on bail by the Indian corrupt judicial system.
She will bring an appeal to the High Court or the Supreme Court of India. The purpose of going to Indian Consulate is to get attestation of the documents for the appeal in the high court, she added.
American woman also criticized the Indian bureaucracy and said that they referred her to Indian consulate in Sacramento, California for paper notarized.
Meanwhile, the consular general of India in San Francisco rejected the American woman’s claim that paperwork had been completed in this regard.
It is pertinent to mention that the perpetrator Rajeev Panwar who was the nephew of former Delhi mayor Jayshree Panwar entered into the American woman’s apartment on June 24, 2013 and allegedly physically assaulted her.
India is the most dangerous country in the world to be a woman because of the high risk of sexual violence and slave labor.
It was also the most dangerous country in the world for cultural traditions that impact women.
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