Delhi crime (season-1) from Netflix is all about gang rape and murder on a moving bus on the 16th of December 2012 by six persons.
Delhi, the city of dreams for many, the pride of the nation, and of course the capital of India became a nightmare for many after this incident.
Delhi crime moves around how hard Delhi police have worked day and night to catch all the accused.
We often judge the sincerity of police on their duty, we just don’t even know what they’re going through, and to what extent they’re handling the pressure. Many of us believed that it’s the police’s mistake to let this kind of crime happen, but have you ever questioned yourself? Do they really responsible for the crime? If you ask me, then I’ll say NO. yeah! They’re not responsible for the crime, we, the public are solely responsible for the crimes happening around us. Police are meant to punish the accused, they cannot stop the crime but the public can.
Delhi crime sincerely shows the hard work of the police and removes the miss-conceptions on them.
Delhi has a population of 1.9 crores in 2012 and has the police strength of around 80000, in which 25% of the strength goes to VVIP security and left with 60000 staff to the public security and service, which means every individual police irrespective of their rank have to cover 317 civilians every day, which means every individual police have to monitor 317 civilians every minute. Is this possible? Can we really do this? But police are trying to make the most of them. All we need to do is just change our perception towards them.
Can we change our perception towards them? Sure we can.
How can we prevent crime?
Change your perception again, change your perception towards women, change your perception when you see a woman alone in streets, change your perception towards women who are hanging out with her male friends alone, change your perception towards women when they wear western clothes, change your perception towards women who text to you when they need your help.
And guys, can you guess how many rape cases have been registered in Delhi in the year 2013?
And the registered count is 1,636 cases, yes this is just the registered count and we cannot estimate how many cases are not registered yet.
Be the change and change the way you think.
Respect women, Respect police.