This video from India says about itself:
‘Nobody commits rape deliberately’, says Chhattisgarh Home Minister
7 June 2014
After the brutal rape and murder of two cousins in Uttar Pradesh’s Badaun sparked a nationwide outrage, Chhattisgarh Home Minister Ramsevak Paikra has landed himself into controversy by saying that rape happens “by mistake”.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Indian minister makes rape apologist comments
Sunday 8th June 2014
Just days ago, Madhya Pradesh state BJP Home Minister Babulal Gaur said rapes were “sometimes right, sometimes wrong.”
And late on Saturday, Chhattisgarh state Home Minister Ramsevak Paikra, who is responsible for law and order, said that rapes did not happen on purpose.
“Such incidents do not happen deliberately. These kind of incidents happen accidentally,” Mr Paikra told reporters.
Mr Paikra, who had been asked for his thoughts on the gang-rape and lynching of two girls in a neighbouring state, later claimed that he had been misquoted.
However, his original remarks were broadcast on television.
Women’s groups slammed the comments, saying they were evidence that politicians were unable to stem sexual violence because they lacked respect for India’s women and were ignorant of the issues.
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