Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Delhi rapist says the girl shouldn't have fought back

Three years after the famous Delhi Bus rape case, the accused show no remorse for what they did and even are of the opinion that the girl should not have resisted while she was being raped.

Such are the chilling facts that were narrated to British film producer Leslee Udwin, who spoke to one of the rapists on death row while spending two years making a film about the case. 

Even the driver, who is also implicated in the case said: "A decent girl won't roam around at nine o'clock at night. A girl is far more responsible for rape than a boy." 

It may be recalled that on 16 December 2012, the 23-year-old woman had been to see a film, the Life of Pi, with a male friend. At 8.30pm they boarded an off-duty bus, with six men on board, five adults and a juvenile. The men beat the friend and each raped the woman in turn, before assaulting her viciously with an iron instrument. 

Leslee Udwin's film, India's Daughter, will be broadcast on Storyville on BBC Four on Sunday 8 March at 22:00 GMT. It will be shown in India on NDTV at 21:00 local time.

Read more about it at: BBC
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