Incest rape case shocks India! Shame! 22-year-old porn addict rapes his 46-year-old mom

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Son Raped His Mother

In a shameful event, a 22-year-old porn addict man allegedly raped his 46-year-old mother in Gujarat’s Patan town. On the pretext of drinking water, victim’s son entered her room and allegedly committed the shameful offence, the police said. They also quoted complaint and said that he also smothered the victim before raping her at around 1 am on Thursday 19 April.

Due to frequent fights at home between the victim and his son, despite raising alarms, no one from the neighbourhood came for her help, police added Neighbours said they heard the struggle from the next room – but did not call police because the family were often heard rowing.

Accused at the center
Accused at the center

Being addicted to watch pornographic material on his cell phone until late nights, he even watched explicit videos in front of his mother and 20-year-old sister.

According to his mother’s complaint, her son had asked for sexual favours on earlier occasions too. The woman said in a statement that she was deeply shocked at her son’s behaviour. She was also gagged by her son before she was raped. The mother was in a state of deep shock after the incident and was mentally disturbed.

Son Raped His Mother
Son Raped His Mother

After mustering courage, she told her husband about what had happened. Her husband, who works as a mason, called his elder son in Ahmedabad and upon his advise lodged a complaint with the police. The accused was booked for rape under Section 376 and 504 of the Indian Penal Code.

Incest rape – rape by a family member like a brother or father

Son Raped His Mother
Son Raped His Mother

It is widely acknowledged as one of the most under-reported crime. According to data accessed from the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), the number of cases reported on incest rape in India, has increased by 43% from 346 cases reported in 2012 to 489 in 2013. The number of victims has increased from 350 to 501 in one year (between 2012 to 2013) and the maximum number of victims are minors, aged between 14 to 18 years.

Most Indian women and children were raped by people they knew

The 2015 National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) data on the proximity of offenders to victims (the most recent data available) shows that in 95 percent of all rape cases, the offender knew the victim. For example, 27 percent of rapes are committed by neighbours, 22 percent involves the promise of marriage and 9 percent are committed by immediate family members and relatives. The data further stated that at least two percent of all rape cases involves live-in partners or husbands (former partners or separated husbands — rape within marriage is not recorded), 1.6 percent are committed by employers or co-workers and 33 percent are committed by other known associates.

Data from National Crime Records Bureau, 2016 shows that 94.6 % of victims/survivors knew the accused. (Source The News Minute)

Madhya Pradesh had the highest number of rape cases with 4882 being reported.

Of these, victims in 4789 cases knew the perpetrators or the accused. In Uttar Pradesh that came second, out of 4816 total rape incidents, accused were known to victims in 4803 cases.

Maharashtra reported 4189 rapes out of which victims in only 63 cases did not know the accused.

In the five South Indian states, Kerala recorded the highest number of rapes with 1656 cases registered in 2016. Karnataka stood second with 1655 rapes recorded in the same year, followed by Telangana (1256), Andhra Pradesh (995) and Tamil Nadu (319).

Of the total rape cases, all the 994 victims in Andhra Pradesh were known to their rapists.

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