Victims’ verdict is in: Country’s first all-women courts offer hope
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Sikha Das, the bench clerk in the additional district and sessions court, echoes that sentiment.
"In the three decades I have worked here, I have seen how a victim of sexual assault or domestic violence hesitates and feels scared to narrate the torture she has undergone in the presence of male court staff and the judge," said Das.