The suspect is still at large.
Pascal Mazurier, an official at the French Consulate in Bangalore, was charged by a city court on Monday with allegedly raping his daughter.
She also asked why the victim of the brutal Delhi gang rape was out for a movie with her friend at night.
The 51-year-old woman, who reportedly asked a group of men for directions to her hotel in Delhi, was instead gang raped, beaten and robbed in broad daylight.
The #MenUnderSiege hashtag is a biting response to a columnist who wrote that the country’s new rape laws have made Indian men feel like they are “under a state of siege.”
“We are reporting on all the ills of the world, but inside our organizations all these same issues are just hidden under the carpet,” one Mumbai-based journalist said.
His license could be canceled for “professional misconduct.”
They face the possibility of hanging for the crime.
The latest attack in a country still reeling from last year’s death of a 23-year-old rape victim.
Three Indian engineering students have invented lingerie that emits powerful shocks and notifies police and family members of the wearer’s position via GPS if she is attacked.
A woman who was brutally gang-raped by six men on December 16th died from her injuries on Saturday. The pressure on the Indian government to be tougher on crimes against women reaches its boiling point.