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  • Krithiga

    June 30, 2022 at 7:16 AM

    In this modern era, many unlawful incidents occur at various places. Nowadays, studies show that offenders who have been to jail frequently intend to do more offences once they get out of jail. This essay delves into some of the causes behind these unlawful acts and recommends possible solutions.

    First of all, offenders are not treated equally to others in society. Owing to this, they get into the mode of depression and tend to commit more number of crimes. For instance, a person who had been involved in chain snatching previously, if wanted to live a normal life by earning for his day-to-day living, he would not provide any job opportunities to manage his daily expenses. This makes him more stressed and leads to violence-related activities. In addition, lawbreakers receive neither family guidance nor financial assistance from their close ones. Hence, this makes them to think that they have no one for them in this society which influences them to commit more offences.

    Furthermore, the best possible solution is to treat people coming out of confinement with duo respect. As they have already been penalized for their committed mistakes, fellow citizens should accept them and encourage them by providing small-scale jobs to manage their daily living. This motivates them and helps them to lead a normal life. Also, they can involve in some social activities during their leisure hours such as helping the poor and blind people which will help them overcome thinking about their past life. Thus, this makes them feel confident and more energetic in handling their futuristic needs.

    To conclude, everyone is prone to make mistakes based on circumstances. However, when punishments are already given to the committed unlawful acts, fellow individuals should remember that and treat them with social respect and motivate them to do good activities to lead a happy life.

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