Shemrock School remembered Asifa Bano and organized candle light march vigil

April 22, 2018 10:02 PM

Punjab News Express
MOHALI: Parents, staff and students Shemrock School sector -69  organised  a candlelight march in the memory of 8 year old Asifa Bano . This child was molested, manled and killed by unspeakable brutality by clearly insane men in Kathua, J&K. They are now remanded to judicial custody. The march started  from  phase -7  near post office. The incident which has sparked nationwide outrage is an eye-opener to how vulnerable women really are in India.

While speaking at the moment principal Prineet  Sohal said that The idea of the march was two-fold .While we wanted to condemn the attack on the girls and also showcase our support, we also wanted to tell men about how traumatising the entire experience is for women and to tell women how to defend themselves better. The march was joined by around 200  students & parents  of the school

She further added that the candle light vigil and march was to express solidarity and empathy with Asifa's parents and family and seek prompt and just judicial intervention to punish. The  inhuman miscreants in the strictest interpretation of the legal system.

One of the Parent at the moment informed that change in the mindsets of the people is required .It is not an issue of Hindu or Muslim culprits, it is a matter of safety and security of women in this country. We should come together, irrespective of our religions and raise our voice to demand for only justice. Another parent said that we have come here because we have girls in our families who do not feel safe when they step out of the home.

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