Delhi rape case victim Nirbhaya’s parents, Badri and Asha Singh, have decided to sue a British film maker if she broadcasts a film on their daughter without consent.
The film maker wanted them to sign a consent giving her the permission to broadcast it and saying that the film will be approved by UK court. When we refused to sign it, she threatened us to broadcast the film with or without our permission, fumed Badri.
Not only international film makers, they are also unhappy with the way Indian film makers are following unethical process while making a film like that of Tamil Nadu based film maker who gave them wrong information about his film.
“He made a feature film while telling us that he was working on documentary about Nirbhaya. He has used some objectionable facts and is not removing it. We are continuously calling him to do that but he is not responding at all,” he informed.
While interacting with local media on Saturday, they also expressed their disappointment on lack of strict punishment to the juvenile offender and said that it will encourage other juveniles like to make such crime without fear because they are 18-year-old. I am also unhappy with the juvenile’s parents who are supporting him in this case.
On the eve of Republic Day, the duo want to encourage others to stand for the change in law and fight for the justice of girls like Nirbhaya to make nation ‘free’ in true sense.
“It has not stopped now. I will feel satisfied with the law when each parent in our country feels that their daughter will return home safely,” expressed Badri who was backed by his wife.
“A lot of people blame girl outfits or behaviour for the reason behind such incidents. But what about those four-year-old girl children who are raped by their relatives,” pointed Asha.
And talking about UP government’s promise to provide a job, the family is very optimistic about promises made by authorities. “It is under process now. The officials said they will get all the formalities done very soon,” informed Badri.
Badri and Asha Singh are in Indore to attend Tiranga Abhiyan by Apna Sweets as a part of which they will hoist the Indian flag at Regal Square on Saturday. They loved the city and said it is better than Delhi. “We have spent good time here. It is a very peaceful city unlike Delhi,” they signed off.