Transition of Thoughts

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Five Sentence Fiction: The pictures which spoke a thousand words..

“I could have never imagined that people can be so cruel as well. How can anyone let alone humans be tortured this badly?”

The young couple had gone to watch a movie after which they were waylaid by a group of rowdies who robbed, raped and tortured them to death. Working as a social activist, Vikram had come across many such cases of death and despair.

But this one stood out for its sheer gruesomeness so much so that even the papers had blurred out the pictures of the incident.

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  1. Reminds me of Delhi Case. We need precedents with strict punishment to instill fear in such criminals.

    • aseemrastogi2

      The punishments need to be strong and quick. More often than not, it just becomes a situation of justice delayed = justice denied. Thanks Saru for stopping by :).

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