I try to stay away from writing on such topics as much as possible. But given the present circumstances, it seemed to be the only logical action.
Humans are a weird species. They seem to act on emotions more than logic.
Rhea Chakraborty has been accused of having played some role in the death of ‘Sushant Singh Rajput’.
And I say ‘death’ because there hasn’t been a piece of evidence even as small as a grain of sand to prove if it was a murder.
All emotions and irrational hunches.
On one hand, people and police believe that the girl was skimming the guy for money. On the other hand they say that she had him killed.
So, for example; If you have a device or a creature in your house that gives you money, gold, etc. would you destroy it under any circumstances?
Under United Nation’s Universal declaration of Human Rights, Article 11, ‘Presumption of Innocence’ is a legal principle.
Presumption of Innocence states that everyone is and should be considered innocent until proven guilty.
The girl is being questioned without any evidence; she is being accused of new crimes every other day; and no one has practically any evidence to prove anything whatsoever. Nevertheless, she has been considered guilty on the basis of… practically nothing.
While we continue to have abundant evidence against the people involved in the 2002 Godhra Train Burning Crime; the ruling party’s candidate ‘Pragya Thakur’ keeps taking pride in the demolition of Babri Masjid and every event that transpired during the period and while we continue to know the other people involved including the likes of Vajpayee, Advani, Vijay Raje Scindia; and as Dawood Ibrahim continues to be the most wanted mobster and drug dealer still running and flying free and doing what he likes; our media and police continue to harass and violate the Human Rights of a woman who hasn’t been proven guilty in any way whatsoever!
So much for Human Rights and the Judiciary!
P.S. Emotions are useless. They render one speechless and totally incapable of seeing the truth and following the right course of action.