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C Manjula

C Manjula of BJP Mahila Morcha and Karnataka Women’s Commission

Vidyut
Vidyut
December 27, 2012May 15, 2017

C Manjula of the Karnataka Women’s Commission and BJP’s Mahila Morcha glossed over the horrendous homestay attack in Mangalore by Subhash Padil & Co, and instead in an utterly horrendous report, chose to blame the victims of everything from partying to questioning the character of their parents. She even recommended the transfer of a police officer whose daughter was one of the victims.

Such behavior is not becoming of anyone pretending to stand for women’s rights, but that doesn’t deter anyone in Karnataka, where the BJP government hasn’t so much as whimpered about their ally Hindu Jagarana Vedike and RSS being proud of the attack on the homestay that saw girls molested, hit, stripped and boys beaten, not to mention that the attackers were drunk and tried to force them to pose in lewd ways on the bed.

On the other hand, she declared that the Karnataka Women’s Commission would register complaints suo motu

“There should be an investigation as to whether those who had organised the party were leading the boys and girls astray,”
“There should be an investigation as to whether those who had organised the party were leading the boys and girls astray,”

against people who spoke in a derogatory way against women politicians (largely BJP).

Never forgive or forget this one, because it comes in the guise of pretending women’s rights. Talk of stabbing in the back!

 

Yo Manjula, this one is for you.

Vidyut
  • Vidyut has a keen interest in mass psychology and using it as a lens to understand contemporary politics, social inequality and other dynamics of power within the country. She is also into Linux and internet applications and servers and has sees technology as an important area India lacks security in.

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