Indian student denied Internship in Germany as he belongs to the land of Rapists
India is no longer the country of culture and heritage, its reputation has been tarnished beyond redemption. India’s image has changed vividly in the eyes of the world- India is now believed to be the country of rapists!
With the increasing number of rapes being reported all around the country, male students are now being denied foreign internships because they come from the country with a “rape problem”. The heinous act of evil against women in our country has not only sabotaged our faith in leading a peaceful life, but has also gone to a level where it had put a full stop on someone’s career.
A student was denied an internship at Leipzig University by a professor, believed to be Annette Beck Sickened, from the Institute of Biochemistry because he hailed from the country of rapes.
When the applicant reverted to the professor saying that this was a generalization and cannot be imposed on an individual, the professor wrote back, “I fully agree that this is a generalization and may not apply to individuals. However, it is also unbelievable that the Indian society is not able to solve this problem for many years now. Reports reach Germany on a weekly base, and especially these “multi-rape crimes” are threatening, but for me also demonstrate the attitude of a society towards women. Also female tourists are kidnapped by groups of males and then abused.
“Many female professors in Germany decided to no longer accept male Indian students for these reasons, and currently other European female associations are joining. Of course we cannot change or influence the Indian society, but only take our consequences here in Europe.”
Apparently, the e-mails are creating a stir on the social media site – Twitter with people asking about the veracity of the content and others demanding that MEA may take up the issue with the German ambassador.
The German professor confirms the authenticity of the email and has apologized for the same.
The German ambassador to India, Michael Steiner, has responded to the issue by sending a letter titled, “My answer to an unfair judgement” to the professor. (Please see attachment below).
– Sharanya Bharathwaj