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Crime Patrol | What happened on 16th Dec 2012 (Delhi) has happened in 1997 (Bokaro) also | waqt badla halaat nahin (Episode 249, 250 on 24, 25 May 2013)

जो 16 दिसंबर 2012 में दिल्ली में हुआ वो 1997 में बोकारो में भी हुआ था
What happened in 2012 also happened in 1997

The episode commences with a high-profile meeting in Mumbai on December 16th regarding the Delhi case. The focus of the meeting is to determine what steps can be taken to prevent similar crimes from occurring. The implementation of the death penalty is not seen as a viable solution. Dhananjoy Chatterjee was hanged on August 14th, 2004 for the murder of Hetal Parekh, a 14-year-old victim, on March 5th, 1990. However, the occurrence of such crimes did not cease after his execution. If we want to put an end to such crimes, we need to address the root of the problem. The government should enact laws that make every potential criminal think twice before committing such heinous crimes. Additionally, speedy trials must be conducted in such cases. The December 16th Delhi crime was not the first of its kind in Indian history. Several similar crimes had occurred before, but the flaws in the justice system prevented them from being stopped.

The focus of the episode centers around a case that occurred approximately 15 to 16 years ago. The victim, Rachna Gupta, was 17 years old (played by Raquel Raquel Rabello) and the daughter of Rameshwar Gupta (played by Chandresh Singh), an officer at the Bokaro steel plant. She was the eldest of his two daughters and was a student in intermediate school, preparing for engineering. Every day, a group of 7 to 8 boys would harass her while she was walking on the road between her school and home. One day, the boys sent a misleading letter to her home, which her father received. When asked about it, Rachna explained that the boys who always harassed her and made lewd comments on her were responsible. Her father, Rameshwar, yelled at the boys and went to the local police station to file a complaint. The police officer assured him that they would warn the boys to stop their behavior.

The police constables went to the area and warned the boys to stop their activities, threatening to arrest them if they did not comply. However, the flame of vengeance was ignited in the boys, and they plotted to teach Rachna a lesson.

The story is centered around the abduction of Monica/Maneesha (16), a 12th-grade student at St. Xavier's School from Bokaro, Jharkhand on April 5th, 1999. On that day, she was sexually assaulted by 19 individuals. The accused, who were arrested by the police, include Yunus Ansari, Abbas Ansari, Talib Ansari, Noor Alam Ansari, Mansoor Ansari, Sirajuddin Ansari, Habib Ansari, Anwar, Islam Ansari, Feroz Shah, Abdul Sattar, Gaffar Ansari, Momin Akhtar, Saiyuum Ansari, Khadim Hussain, Muzib Ansari, Shabbir Shah, Iqbal Shah, Quazi Rizwan, Pramod Pillai, and Mani Swamy.

As a result of the shocking incident, Monica suffered from mental disorders and was unable to walk, work, or move on her own. The most distressing aspect of the case was that the SP of Bokaro initially denied its occurrence, claiming that it was a fabricated case. When the incident was reported the next day with photos of the victim, the whole city was outraged. Thousands of residents demanded justice and protests erupted throughout the city. The only solution to quell the unrest was to impose a curfew, which was in effect for three days.

In May of 2004, Khadim Hussain, who had been on the run since the incident, was finally tracked down by the police.

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  1. I cried after watching both the episodes.
    I felt like killing those 19 morons right there. Poor girl...
    What was her fault..?? That she was a girl..??

    Nari shakti..?? All non sense....

    1. I watched the episode today and ur right, I felt the same as you did.

    2. I am from Bokaro and still unable to forget the things that happened then. It was the most gruesome act any human being can do to other human being rather I would correct by saying those were the animals as no sane mind can even think abt the brutality those people did to the poor girl. Really sad to know such people are allowed to live in our society.

  2. Reduce Eve teasing first to prevent rapes? It takes months/years of high meetings to still decide what should be done? Simple, publicly hang the criminals for rape, Ideal would be to cut off their organs, but still, this will instill fear in those who will even think of eve teasing or passing comments to a girl again. The idea is to avoid crime by punishing the criminals in public so there will be a social fear before committing or thinking of committing a crime.

  3. I was totally broken at the end of second episode in which, the girl was expired after dreadful life of 12 years without experiencing the punishment to culprits. It was a sleepless night to me.We should not hang the culprits but, we shall punish them in a way that what they did to the victim.First of all, we shall cut off their hands (upto arms) and legs (upto knees) of culprits in a rape. They shall feel shy to ask any help from anybody throughout the life. Any punishment means, the culprits have had to feel the result/consequence of their heinous crime. If simply they hanged, what will be the result and neither it is useful to victim nor it is realizable to culprit.

  4. In my opinion, we require a broad based social reform, starting from equal education to all, so that people who never had any opportunity to study in good school, do not feel left out, there is a class divide, which creates dissent amongst people who consider middle class as better off and have ingrained hatred towards them.
    this is prevalent in metros too, not only in rural areas.

    However, even if we take preventive approach, it will take 50-100 years for any noticeable social change. especially in a country like india with so much of diversity. So, I recommend, for short term, we need to make an example of every case, be it eve teasing, or rape and murder.
    Not only the rapist, but his entire family must be ostracized, killed, burnt alive, so that there is so much fear in the hearts and minds of those people that they dare not think of even looking at a girl walking outside.
    This mentality needs to be crushed.
    All these rapists should be hung upside down with one leg, rest of the limbs chopped off, genitals fed to dogs, barbed wire inserted into their ass, and their family member should be made to watch.
    Human rights watchgroups should also be included in this forced to watch list.

    1. You say that kill their families totally uncalled

  5. Hi Crime Patrol

    This was one of the most touching episodes......

    It was really heart breaking to see wat happened with this girl. I am a male by gender but all i did after watching this episode was pray to GOD that no girl ever in this world face a situation this worst. Also i was very sad to know that the accused in this case only got life imprisonment........ I think they shud have got rigorous and torcher filled life imprisonment...... As what they did to the girl was horrendous. And ofcos wat the family has been thru. For 9 yrs the parents died every single second of their life looking at the condition of their daughter... It is a shame on India its govt and its legal system that it took six years for a open and shut case........

    Anyways crime patrol please provide all details of the original case here....... Hope we can read it and i feel i like moving te higher courts for a much tougher punishment for these 19 bastards.......

  6. To some extend law is supposed to be blame, that is basic. But why the community must take this nonsense from this goon daisy and retailate and some sort of action to put buggers online before any incident take place

  7. I am from Bokaro, I was in school, still remember everything. The chaos in the city and the curfew. These people are animals.