The newly appointed Director General of Police of Rajasthan, Bhupendra Singh Yadav, has given a strange statement about the increasing cases of rape. The DGP said that the law says that children below 18 years of age cannot have a mutual relationship. This is a crime, but the children eagerly befriend and move forward. He said that a new trend is being seen that false rape cases are also being done to set up mutual quarrels. For this, people will have to explain that a false case also affects the right case.
The DGP said that today the need is also to focus on how to educate children. Build confidence in girls and explain to them how they can avoid accidents with them. Whom they can approach if they need help. DGP Yadav also expressed concern that violent crimes have increased in the last few years. They have given many reasons for this.
The DGP has blamed unemployment, rising numbers of youth, and the Internet for violent crime. He said that children are taking great inspiration from the violent and obscene content available on the Internet. DGP Bhupendra Yadav said that the law says that children below 18 years cannot have a mutual relationship. This is a crime, but the children eagerly befriend and move forward. Such cases have become enough. Yadav said that the boys and their families should be explained. Education should be given to control the conduct of children from the beginning.
It is noteworthy that cases of rape have increased in Rajasthan in recent times. After the Hathras incident in Uttar Pradesh, there has been a nationwide uproar. At the same time in Rajasthan, there have been cases of rape in Jaipur, Ajmer, Baran and Sikar.