Love Jihad In the Murder of Shraddha Walkar? Smriti Irani's Opinion

Smriti Irani said there was a need to address abuse against women by intimate partners . She said domestic abuse by an intimate partner and violence by members of the family of a woman is routinely reported in the National Crime Records Bureau .

As the gruesome killing of Shraddha Walkar raged on, Union Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani said there was a need to address abuse against women by intimate partners and the fact that there was not much that she could get in terms of support.Aaftab Amin Poonawala (28) reportedly strangled Walkar (27) and saw her body into 35 pieces, which he discarded them around the city several days before midnight.Ms Irani said she was killed in May by a walking partner in a Times Now summit, emphasising the need for discussion on how much she can cut a woman into small pieces in the heat of the moment.Ms Irani said that in the heat of the moment, no one continues to beat a woman he claims to love or is in a relationship with, and that her situation was unknown to so many people and that there was no one else she could help her, because domestic abuse by an intimate partner and violence by members of the family of a woman is something that is routinely reported in the National Crime Records Bureau, which she said.This is both a urban phenomenon and a rural phenomenon, she said.The question is, who are the workers in families who know she is being threatened and attacked, or were they were apparently compelled not to help?

In the year 2009, when the BJP was not at the centre, there was a high court in our region that actually accepted the term love jihad, which really acknowledged that the girls were targeted because they belong to a Christian or Hindu family.Ms Irani said that they were targeted because they could be brought into a relationship and then converted, and that you defraud a woman when you trick her emotionally and physically so that she has no way out...You're telling me that a BJP-rule state that has been elected in power cannot exercise its right to pass legislation to protect such women.When did the whole attention shift from the victim?Ms Irani said it is mind-numbing that AAP leader Satyendar Jain is sprayed by a rape suspect, because it has never happened in Indian politics and the chief minister suddenly has no words.)

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