Dear Asifa, I read several articles written on you, and for you. Some cried with outrage, while some sang a melancholic hymn. I don't have such beautiful words to offer you, because I don't think I know enough words that can empathise with you, or soothe your wounds. You know, Asifa? There are so many out there who are fighting nail and tooth to give you justice. I do have a question though. How are we going to give you justice? What can possibly avenge gangrape, and brutal murder of an innocent eight year old? A life sentence for the perpetrators, or maybe a barbaric killing? Will that be enough? Will anything be enough to compensate for what happened to you? I have always believed in fate and destiny, and I have been privileged enough to never question it's existence. However, when I learned of what happened to you, I started losing hope, and I started believing wholeheartedly, that mankind is walking towards its doom. And that's when I found my answer. That is when I looked at this entire storm in another perspective. Maybe we cannot give you the justice you deserve, but we can give you something else. We can give you hope. If we give up now, we will never get it back. If we lose hope from humanity, we will be giving in to this inhuman nature of man. Soon one day, we would react to such incidents with just a shrug, because unintentionally, we had begun to normalise it. That is why, I'm going to try, Asifa, to not suspend my belief that there is goodness in this world, there is compassion out there, there are good men and women out there. I apologise for this human race, I apologise that we failed you. But I promise you, we will all carve a better future, so that what happened to you doesn't happen to anyone else, irrespective of their caste, gender, colour or nationality. We will give you justice, Asifa, and we will give you hope, so that you can find peace in your afterlife. And you never have to watch another Asifa go through what you had to go through. You are like the lighthouse that shines on a dark sea. Your light has reached us, and now it is on us to find our way to a better tomorrow. #HopeForAsifa#ceespfa
My name is asifa, a child of Kathua. From the bakarwal nomads of herders community. To the leader of bakarwal nomads. I'm not your victim for your scandalous wickedness. You are my sinful rapist am going to be a barrier for your horrendous mischievousness. My screams you don't hear, but induces you a slanderous laughter and merciless pleasure. You pervert your tail needs to be cut for no more reproduction. A cowardly chicken headed filth. You will get hunged for your rotten disgustfullness. You don't owe a prison. Your death should be a mere lesson. Abandoned from homes, beaten to bloods. Till my redemption relieves. Your caste of communalism doesn't work on me. The nation is going to protest,until I don't get a justice. You will be under penalization. In the presence of this mother nation. We the citizens of country will set a revolutionary fire for a penal of justice under the parliament. If you knew a mother's pain and her burden you wouldn't destroy your sisters and siblings. Or an innocent child like me. You are no more than an inhumane monster,a leech of blood sucking prey. I'm shard and murdered to death. For the rapist you are with sinful deeds. Am lifeless without "YOU " (we the citizens) support. Adopt me as your child or a sister of your home. For my justice to proclaim a league in referendum. Hope my open letter reaches the eyes of fellow Indians. And the evils of inhumanity are demolished with resurrection. Prayers for being a fighter, and not under victimization.