KERALA WANTS SPECIAL COURT TO FIGHT CRIMES AGAINST TOURISTS | gorilla tours


 

Tourists visit the Memorial Hall of the Victims of the Nanjing ...
A cross section of people has demanded stringent steps to deal with the attacks on foreigners following the assault on two British tourists by a few youths on the beach on Saturday.
New legislation to render speedy justice to foreign tourists is required because the miscreants often get away due to prolonged legal process in such cases.
The victims won’t be able to stay in Kerala till the legal process is completed, many said.
According to criminologist James Vadackumchery, a special court to deal with such crimes should be set up so that the police investigation would be completed in one month.
This is not for the first time that foreigners have been badly treated in Kerala. In January, three foreign girls, Kristine MacMillan, Candian, Jennifer Crane, American and Sacha Moreland from New Zealand registered a complaint with Alappuzha north police station that a houseboat crew had stolen USD 45 and Rs 8000 from them and made their stay unsafe. But, the accused did not face any legal proceedings as the foreigners had no time to go ahead with the case.

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