(Pics) Bangalore simmers over the rape of 6-year old; takes to the roads to protest

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Bangalore, July 19: The city is seething with anger and why not? when it knows that even its children are not safe, that too in schools. The incident happened on July 2nd but came to light on Thursday. The one day in between saw the Nirbhaya-type gangrape in Lucknow and the rape at the Seminary school in Bangalore yet again. To add icing to the cake, the chief minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah was found snoozing over the matter and another one from Lucknow brushing it aside saying this happens everyday.

But why does it happen everyday? No one has an asnwer. In a quest to find that answer, Bangalore's parents are on the roads today. Seeking what? something that should have been given to them automatically-a secured life for their children.

The apathy is not restricted to the political leaders here, but has also permeated to the temple of knowledge-the schools-too. While they are busy defending their image, they have also influenced the police from making any arrests.

But Bangaloreans say, enough is enough. If nobody can help us, we have to take things in our hands. Our protests will reach the top rungs of the political circuit and they have to act.

"We will not send our children to this school anymore, not until they assure of the steps they have taken for the security of the children," said a worried parent.

"Just imagine their audacity; they have shrugged off all responsibilities saying that the safety of the students is not their headache. Now I know what those documents said, which they made us sign," said another agitated parent.

The 6-year old child of Class 1 was gangraped by her gym instructor and dance teacher within the school premises of a renowned school VIBGYOR in broad daylight.

In Bangalore

The city is seething with anger and why not? when it knows that even its children are not safe, that too in schools. The incident happened on July 2nd but came to light on Thursday.

 

 

In Bangalore

The one day in between saw the Nirbhaya-type gangrape in Lucknow and the rape at the Seminary school in Bangalore yet again. To add icing to the cake, the chief minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah was found snoozing over the matter and another one from Lucknow brushing it aside saying this happens everyday.

In Bangalore

But why does it happen everyday? No one has an asnwer. In a quest to find that answer, Bangalore's parents are on the roads today. Seeking what? something that should have been given to them automatically-a secured life for their children.

In Bangalore

The apathy is not restricted to the political leaders here, but has also permeated to the temple of knowledge-the schools-too. While they are busy defending their image, they have also influenced the police from making any arrests.

In Bangalore

But Bangaloreans say, enough is enough. If nobody can help us, we have to take things in our hands. Our protests will reach the top rungs of the political circuit and they have to act.

In Bangalore

"We will not send our children to this school anymore, not until they assure of the steps they have taken for the security of the children," said a worried parent.

 

 

In Bangalore

The 6-year old child of Class 1 was gangraped by her gym instructor and dance teacher within the school premises of a renowned school VIBGYOR in broad daylight.

 

 

In Bangalore

The one day in between saw the Nirbhaya-type gangrape in Lucknow and the rape at the Seminary school in Bangalore yet again. To add icing to the cake, the chief minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah was found snoozing over the matter and another one from Lucknow brushing it aside saying this happens everyday.

 

 

In Bangalore

"Just imagine their audacity; they have shrugged off all responsibilities saying that the safety of the students is not their headache. Now I know what those documents said, which they made us sign," said another agitated parent.

 

 

In Bangalore

But why does it happen everyday? No one has an asnwer. In a quest to find that answer, Bangalore's parents are on the roads today. Seeking what? something that should have been given to them automatically-a secured life for their children.

 

 

In Bangalore

But Bangaloreans say, enough is enough. If nobody can help us, we have to take things in our hands. Our protests will reach the top rungs of the political circuit and they have to act.

 

 

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