Statistics 2011

STATE WISE INCIDENCE OF IPC498A CASES IN 2011 ACCORDING TO NCRB DATA

CONVICTION RATE-6.5% ,Hence most cases are false.

DISTRICT-WISE INCIDENCE OF IPC498A CASES IN WEST BENGAL IN 2011


Is Dowry the real problem? You decide.

How serious is the Police Force in fighting crime against women?


IPC 498A in relation with other heinous crime registered during 2011.

One Response to Statistics 2011

  1. Dominic William Francis says:

    Is is correct to criticize by writing that ” the IPC 498A cases are registered because the common man can be robbed by some corrupt policemen in name of protection of women”. and ” It seems that police has no business but registering IPC 498A cases”. You are directly giving verdict against the police and had not thought of the Law which is actually helping them and the accusers use the tool given to use at the time of problem.
    Kindly note as per your statistic the first one the Hilly places have the least problem you seam that police are different then that of west bengal or the ego level is different or is it female dominated or men are weaker in west bengal

    Your Second point Conviction rate 6.5 % Thank God and the judges for that if not imagine the rate of suicide it will increase and in most of the case i found the bride gives up and does not turn up to courts on dates.
    Dowry was always been a problem to the receiver and not the giver and its Dowry according to the LAW if you go back to the ancient Indian culture it was a DAAN so if the receiver is not happy the problem precises.
    Try and destroy the weapon so as no one can use it
    In Bengali there is one saying ” Jar Kechu Bota Tahar Kechu Rota” so without a little friction not energy is created check the root of the problem instead of experiencing the same one Mother Teresa told ” If you Judge people you will have no time to love”
    Regards francis

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