Modi must pay more attention to women safety: International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde


International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Indian authorities should pay more attention to women's issues in the aftermath of the rape of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir.

The NYT has reminded Indian PM of his duty to safeguard and fight for all of the people of India, not just those who are allied with him politically.

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Sharply criticising Prime Minister Narendra's silence over rape cases in India, the New York Times in an editorial on Tuesday said such and other violent incidents were part of "an organized and systematic campaign by nationalist forces" to terrorise women, Muslims and Dalits in the country. When Modi was in Davos to attend the World Economic Forum meet in January, Lagarde had told PM that he didn't mention the woman of India enough in his speech to the summit. However, her January comments did appear to be the IMF's position. "It is my position".

PM Modi did address the incidents and protests in India at a town-hall meeting that he participated in at Central Hall in Westminster. How can you say that these many women were raped during our government and this many during yours?

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He further said that rape is rape and it shouldn't be politicised. Rape is rape, be it now or earlier. This case had concurred with news about another minor who is fighting for justice, alleging the police for not acting against a BJP politician Kuldeep Singh Sengar as she had allegedly raped her a year ago.

Countrywide protests following a 2012 New Delhi gang rape and murder case prompted the government to double prison terms for rapists to 20 years.

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"We have seen and we are seeing - I'm not sure that we will be seeing in the next few months given the elections that are coming up - but we have and we are seeing major reforms that we had recommended and advocated for a long time", she said responding to a question on economic reforms in India. PM Modi said at the London event.