The judgement is very significant. It shows that the law works.

A large part of the small-family ideal is achieved by eliminating girls.

The zero-conviction rate shows that the crime is not getting the attention it deserves.

It is not difficult to stop the crime, everybody knows which doctors are doing it in any town or any village. So this is public knowledge where it is happening. But somehow the civil society organizations do not give it adequate priority in terms of stopping the crime, they are not seeing it as genocide.

If you find a government and a district medical officer and police officials who are all serious about the law, then you can make a difference. But that is very rare.

We really have not taken this seriously enough and not enough cases are being filed in the courts and not enough prosecutors are pursuing them.