Demand Justice for Gang-Raped Tourist


Target: Pranab Mukherjee, The President of India

Goal: Demand justice for the Danish female tourist who was gang raped in New Dehli, India and demand India’s government provide stricter penalties to protect rape victms

A 51-year-old female tourist was recently gang raped in a shopping area in New Delhi. The Danish woman found herself lost and stopped to ask a group of men for directions when the horrific incident took place. The group robbed, raped, and beat her in a secluded location. The woman called for help after she was able to reach her hotel. The hotel owners found the victim crying and in bad physical shape before calling the authorities for help.

Unfortunately, India has gotten a lot of recent attention for extreme cases of sexual violence. Societal outrage over the case has led to more harsh laws that doubled prison terms for rape up to 20 years. Some experts believe that it has to do with class differences between groups of people in India and men’s struggle to prove their traditional gender roles in a changing nation.

The mix between cultural shaming of women and police officer’s unresponsive nature have made it exceptionally difficult for women to even report that they have been raped. Now that this case has been casted on India just over a year after the first big rape incident, there needs to be a huge change.


Dear Pranab Mukherjee, The President of India,

Another incident of gang rape has occurred in India. An innocent lost Danish tourist was just looking for directions when she was gang raped by a group of young men. This is extremely sad news following the 2012 India bus rape case that is still fresh in everybody’s minds. Due to cultural beliefs and police unresponsiveness, these women do not receive the justice that they deserve. Their rapists get to walk free while they are forever living with the memory of their sexual abuse.

As the President of India, please tell the officials of India to take these cases more seriously. If rapists see that they are getting away with their crimes, they will continue to harm more girls and women in the future. If rapists are not taken seriously and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, female tourism to India will most definitely decline.

Please take this plea under consideration and prosecute the monsters who have raped this poor women and all future rape victims as well.


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Photo Credit: Sandra Cohen-Rose and Colin Rose via Wikimedia Commons

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  1. Robert Ortiz says:

    My suggestion is to BOYCOTT trvael to India and anything that has to do with India until stricter laws are passed that severely punish those that commit sexual assault and until its human rights issues are in order and tourists and citizens alike are safer.

  2. The Indian Government is a disgrace to the world , maybe a boycott from tourists would bring them into line with civilised thinking and behaviour

  3. All rapist should have it cut off and glued to their foreheads, paraded around naked and then executed.Some of the lowest scum that ever walked around contaminating the air around them.

  4. I agree with boycott. Don’t go there, don’t buy anything from there & make sure the whole world knows about them. They only care about $$$$$.

  5. I was planning to travel to India this summer with my two daughters, aged 21 and 18. Following the recent incident in which a foreign woman was gang raped, I have decided against travelling to India until such action is taken to protect women and prosecute the perpetrators. The time has come to send a message to rapists in the strictest possible way and also to those who abate, ignore or otherwise encourage such behavior.

  6. Joseph Cocchetto says:

    Sorry to say but this a filthy country with dirty people. Who would EVER want to visit this place is beyond my understanding. They treat women as possessions and then come to our country and try to do the same here. The audacity of these people and backwards way of thinking.
    One solution…..DON’T GO THERE PERIOD!!

  7. Martin Nikolov says:

    The only proper punishment for rape is painful death. And I also don’t understand why anyone would want to visit India. One of the worst places to visit as a tourist.

  8. Definitely India has very serious issues and the treatment of women there is one of the most severe ones. I can’t imagine living in a country where these unfortunate incidents happen on a regular basis. There must be very strict laws and hard punishments for those who commit such crimes. And, of course, a significant social pressure, boycotting visiting the country and some other measures too. If this class segregation and the lack of education are India’s justification for all these terrible events, then there is something very wrong with these people.

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