Are these trolls, pretending to be grateful Indian daughters of parents who ‘gave them freedom’ and who are quick to believe that a thirteen year old ‘betrayed her parents’ trust’ – something they claim, as good Indian daughters, they would never do?
It seems the Noida police has (with no evidence) convinced many that there can be only one ‘motive’ when a girl child is killed, and it involves a ‘compromising position’. And it is, as always, the victim’s fault.
Why was it so easy for a story like this to be believed? Do we just believe whatever the police (or anybody) says? Or do many see the police version as a validation of their suspicions of what ‘westernisation can do to the society’? Or is it that many Indians have placed themselves in the Noida police version of the Talwars’ position and ‘understood’ the murders?
Please note: Liberal family, knew our limits, good morals, our parents approved of, never betrayed our parents, taking advantage of her parents’ absence, murdering is not the answer, ‘Sex life as normal’, ‘western life style’. Sharing two comments from from here: Aarushi case: Court awards life sentence to Talwars
I am a girl, grew up in a very liberal family. I & my sister both chose our life partners and our parents approved of that. But we both knew what our limits were and our focus was our education. Our parent’s focus was to earn, provide us what they could and give us good morals. They did their job, we did ours. We are professionals today. We had friends (boys and girls) but we never betrayed our parents. In this case, Aarushi was wrong, taking advantage of her parent’s absence, parents were wrong probably trying to spend most of their time at their clinic and (of course they were doing it for their only child!!), but they forgot, she needed their time more than their money. Where is this society going? Where are our kids going? Why are we not involved in their lives as our parents were? I have a daughter and such incidents really scare me as a mother. Aarushi’s murder can not be justified, but I can also imagine a parent’s rage, anger when he/she saw their barely teenage daughter in a compromised position with a much older man (doesnt matter a domestic help or anyone else). In the end, everyone lost…… but in my opinion, the 13 year old girl is old enough to understand her actions and what can it do!! To avoid any other Aarushis, parents need to start getting more involved in their children’s lives and probably have a better after school arrangements for their children who are under a particular age…… It is a sad day, the whole family is finished…… but we all can learn something from this….. parents and children!!!!
Here is some more advice for parents of Indian
children daughters. It’s possible that both the comments were made by the same troll. Parents in India need to come to terms with REAL WORLD. Teenage girls normally get into this sort of relations easily.Whilst the parents should take all caren to avoid it murdering the children once they find out about this is not the answer. We take great pleasure when our children follow western life style (even speaking English in western accent) we should also anticipate that children are prone to follow the western way of living. They watch what is happening around the world. Treat sex life Sex life as normal. Every one likes it when it comes to them but become moral guardians when it refers to others.
Edited to add:
I shared these comments here because I find this mindset difficult to understand – there seems to be no idea in so many minds that a 13 year old is a child and any sex with her by any adult is child abuse and rape.
Even the blaming of the parents is not without some sympathy for the only option they are seen to have – to kill her.
And those who believe this somehow see themselves as ‘liberal’?
Many also seem convinced that perfectly normal people can be provoked into violence, and brutal, cold blooded killings. There is no effort to find out if the parents had a history of violence.
I also wonder how many people think this way, nearly everybody I know is saddened by this verdict, nobody seems to believe that anything has been proven in this case – then who is making all these comments?