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Does India have a major human rights issue?

Asked by: johnwd
  • Yes IT does

    In the rural areas, rape is common. So is female foeticide. The caste system is a major part of the country. Some religious texts mention this caste system and so, many people blindly follow it. Child labour is another very common example associated in not just rural, but urban parts of the country. And no action is taken for it. All the NGO's and the government can try, but singling out every child worker in a such a populated (1.2 billion) country is difficult. How does India NOT have a human right issue.

  • Yes IT does

    In the rural areas, rape is common. So is female foeticide. The caste system is a major part of the country. Some religious texts mention this caste system and so, many people blindly follow it. Child labour is another very common example associated in not just rural, but urban parts of the country. And no action is taken for it. All the NGO's and the government can try, but singling out every child worker in a such a populated (1.2 billion) country is difficult. How does India NOT have a human right issue.

  • Atrocities are unregistered.

    Atrocities are not registered by police or any law/administration department when it is against privileged section of the 'Indian society'. Ex.
    “ Turn in any direction you like, caste is the monster that crosses your path. You cannot have political reform; you cannot have economic reforms unless you kill the monster.” Annihilation of Caste: Dr Ambedkar

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