Nobody says that strict laws shudnt be made, but problem is twosom:
1) These shud be gender neutral
2) False complaints shud be striclty dealt with
See this latest:
Moga police cancels rape case after probe
Tribune News Service
Faridkot, January 4
The Nihal Singh Wala police in Moga cancelled a rape case, 24 hours after it was registered.
On Thursday, a 22-year-old woman made a complaint to the police stating that her tenant, a famous kabaddi player, allegedly raped her for the last eight months. Taking prompt action, the police registered a case under Section 376 of the IPC but a SP-level officer was deputed to conduct an inquiry into the allegation, said Moga SSP Surjit Singh Grewal, adding that the inquiry revealed that the complaint was false.
It was learnt that Harpal Singh, the accused, was a tenant in the complainant's house and the latter wanted to go abroad after marrying him.
But some days ago, she came to know that Harpal got married with some other woman. Following this, she made a complaint to the police accusing him of physically exploiting her, said SSP.
The complainant woman could not provide any evidence in support of her allegation, said the SSP.
After finding the allegation false, the police cancelled the case as per the law, he said.
"The woman was pressurising and blackmailing Harpal. A case would be registered against the woman under Section 182," he added.
Women are already MISUSING THE LAWS MEANT TO PROTECT THEM. AND THIS MISUSE IS RAMPANT