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Abstract

 Rape is being alarming condition in Bangladesh day by day. Rape victims blaming are inherently linked phenomena, the existence of a rape culture which normalizes sexual violence and blames rape victims for the attacks against them create cultural violence in Bangladesh. For a result, the Government of Bangladesh increased the punishment of rape (death penalty). But the procedure to amend the laws is not accurate and is not given any debate upon the subject matter. As a result, this increasing punishment may be good for the future times or may be created as many as challenges which we cannot thinks in that normal period

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future woman punishment

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Abdulla-Al-Mamun 2021. Increase the Death Penalty in Rape Offenses: Prospects and Challenges for Future. International Journal on Integrated Education. 4, 4 (Apr. 2021), 33-39. DOI:https://doi.org/10.31149/ijie.v4i4.1597.

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