Nitish Kumar blames porn sites for rapes, write to the Center for ban

GOPALGANJ (BIHAR): blaming pornographic sites for the rising incidence of sexual crimes against women, prime minister Nitish Kumar On Friday he urged the Center to ban all those Internet platforms that offered voyeuristic pleasure through video clips of violations allegedly filmed by the perpetrators themselves.

Referring to the infamous rape and murder case of Hyderabad after which a couple of similar incidents have been reported in the Bihar districts of Buxar and Samastipur, Kumar said he planned to write a letter to the center seeking a total ban on such sites throughout the country. .

There has been a disgusting trend ... incidents involving women in distant Hyderabad, in Bihar, in UP ... everywhere. I have always expressed reservations about social networks and the harmful effects of technology, without denying its enormous benefits, said Kumar, a technology expert and training engineer.

The prime minister was in this district of northern Bihar on the last day of the first phase of his Jal-Jeevan-Hariyali Yatra during which he proposes to cover the entire country with his message for conservation and fight against the environment.

In his speech of almost 45 minutes, Kumar referred to sexual crimes after talking about his impetus to climate change which, he said, was in line with his social reform measures such as prohibition and campaigns against child marriage and the dowry

Since the sale and consumption of alcohol was banned, many people, some of them very educated, are not happy with me. They tend to overlook all the good deeds of our government because of their frustration with the ban, he commented wryly.

But make no mistake. Nor will we make any compromise on the step that has already been taken. Nor are we going to let laxity creep into maintaining law and order, he added before addressing the issue of violations.

They told me about these pornographic sites ... people commit heinous acts against girls and women, filming and uploading disgusting videos. Those who see them become naturally vulnerable to perversions. I urge young people to stay away from them, Kumar said.

I have read in the newspapers about members of civil society who embrace them. I commend this effort and I would write to the center to ban these sites completely, Kumar added.

The statements of the Prime Minister of Bihar, who over the years have defended the emancipation and welfare of women and challenge the retrograde social order of the patriarchy-based state, came the day four suspects of the rape and the Murder of a veterinarian in Hyderabad were killed. A police meeting.

Less than a week after the incident in the southern metropolis caused outrage across the country, charred bodies of unidentified women were found on two consecutive days in Buxar and Samastipur after an alleged sexual assault.

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