Monday, 10 March 2014


West Bengal is the heaven of Rapist and Criminals against Women. Subsidy for muslims for rape and crime?

Highest crime against women in West Bengal...

(in a state run by a Woman Chief Minister)
West Bengal accounted for 
nearly 12.7 per cent of
total crime against women by 

reporting 29,133 cases:
NCRB Report 2011.

West Bnegal and Andhra Pradesh have earned the dubious distinction of leading a list of states where crime 
against women in 2011 was highest.

With 7.5 per cent share of the country's population, 
West Bengal accounted for nearly 12.7 per cent of total crime against women by reporting 29,133 cases.
The National Crime Records Bureau figures show 
that Andhra Pradesh, accounting for nearly 7 per 
cent of the country's population, recorded 12.4 per 
cent of total crime against women with 28,246 cases.
Madhya Pradesh reported the highest number of 
rape cases (3,406)accounting for 14.1 per cent of total such cases reported in the country.
Rape cases have been further categorised as incest rape and other. Incest rape 
cases have decreased by 7.3 per cent from 288 cases in 2010 to 267 cases 
in 2011 as compared to 9.2 per cent increase in overall rape cases.
Maharashtra (44 cases) has accounted for the highest (15.3 per cent) incest
rape cases.
National capital Delhi has reported 17.6 per cent of rape cases, 31.8 
per cent of kidnapping and abduction cases, 14.0 per cent of dowry deaths and 
10.1 per cent of molestation cases among 53 mega cities, the NCRB report said.
Among 53 cities, Delhi (4,489 cases) has accounted for 13.3 per cent of total 
crime against women followed by Bangalore (1,890 cases; 5.6 per cent), 
Hyderabad (1,860 cases; 5.5 per cent) and Vijayawada (1,797 cases; 5.3 per cent).
The crime against women was significantly higher in Vijayawada, Kota, Kollam, Jaipur and 
Asansol at 120.5, 57.5, 54.2, 48.6, and 48.2 per cent respectively as compared to average 
of mega cities at 21.0 per cent.
Uttar Pradesh with 7,525 cases has accounted for 21.2 per cent of the total 
cases of kidnapping and abduction of women at the national level. Delhi has 
reported the highest crime rate at 12.4 per cent as compared to the national 
average of 2.9 per cent.
The cases of dowry deaths have increased by 2.7 per cent during 2011 
over the previous year. 26.9 per cent of the total such cases reported in the 
country were reported from Uttar Pradesh (2,322 cases) alone followed by 
Bihar (1,413 cases, 16.4 per cent), the NCRB report said.
Andhra Pradesh has reported 42.7 per cent (3,658 cases) of sexual harassment 
followed by Maharashtra 12.5 per cent (1,071 cases) of total incidences 
during 2011. Andhra Pradesh has reported the highest crime rate 
(4.3 per cent) as compared to the national average of 0.7 per cent.
Cases of torture of women by husbands and relatives also went up by 5.4 per cent 
from the previous year. 19.9 per cent of these were reported from West Bengal (19,772 cases). 
The highest crime rate of 21.6 per cent was also reported from West Bengal as 
compared to the national rate of 8.2 per cent.
Incidents of molestation in the country have increased by 5.8 per cent from 
2011. Madhya Pradesh has reported the highest incidence (6,665) amounting 
to 15.5 per cent of total such cases. Kerala has the highest crime 
rate (11.2 per cent) as compared to the national average of 3.6 per cent, 
the report said.
28.7 per cent of dowry cases were reported from Andhra Pradesh (1,899) 
followed by Karnataka (1,210 cases) accounting for 18.3 per cent of 
total cases. -PTI.
NB. Among the 97,496 registered cases in different policy stations though out 
the country for alleged family crime to assault women physically by the members 
of that family, West Bengal has a record number of 19,772 such crimes on its own 
in a state run by a Woman Chief Minister (Mrs. Mamata Banerjee as a drastic symbol of change. 
If anybody goes to any Police Station in West Bengal, he can easily see the 
list of Criminal displayed in the respective chart board. Muslims are 
the highest offenders there. WHY? WHO DOES LEND SUPPORT TO THEM

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