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Man stands outside BJP headquarters in cold to ensure women safety

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Source: IndiaToday

A 46-year-old Ravi Kant stood in front of the BJP headquarters in chilling cold, on Ashoka Road. Kant, who lives near Jama Masjid, wants to meet BJP chief Amit Shah to carry the demand to him in person. He wants tougher law to be passed against rapists who target or have targeted minors

“I had applied for an appointment with the party president three days ago, but have not received any response. However, my crusade is not subservient to whether a party’s president meets me or not,”

he said according to India Today.

Kant is father to a daughter and earns as a small-time real estate agent. “My mother is actually very happy to have a granddaughter than a grandson. She says they are unnecessary trouble,” he giggle.


Kant started contributing his bit to the cause on August 12, 2015, when he wrote to the PMO for capital punishment of those who sexually abuse the minors. He said the application had been circulated in the Ministry for Women and Child Development and Home Ministry too.
Ever since, he religiously stands outside the Parliament whenever it is in session, and distributes pamphlets seeking death penalty for sex offenders who victimise minors.

“I have been standing outside the Parliament and giving these pamphlets to passers-by. At times, I throw them as far as possible in the hope that some leader might pick it up,” he says.

So why the BJP office?

“Since Modi came to power, there has been hope that the common man can be heard,”

he said.

“People sometimes say I am mad. But at times, they support me too. Many ask what can I achieve alone? I reply that change has to start somewhere. What better way to serve society than giving justice to victims like Nirbhaya and the dozens of minors, whose rapist doesn’t even remember how many girls he victimised?”



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