Justice J.S. Verma Committee formed to probe the New Delhi gang rape case has since come out with their various recommendations with one of them dealing with the representatives of the people like MPs. and MLAs involved in sex scandals. The Committee has also recommended amending Section 8(1) of the Representation of the Peoples Act (RPA) for the purpose facilitating the disqualification of the MPs. and MLAs. against whom the charges as such are framed. This can’t be enough as merely disqualifying them in their capacity as such only brings them back to their normal position before they joined the Parliament or the legislative Assemblies. This in fact may act as an incentive to them for committing the sex crimes as they hardly lose any thing materially in the process. Besides awarding them the punishment in terms of the provisions so provided in Law applicable to the people in general, they should be dealt with more sternly in a measure that is really a rigorous deterrent to them, more so because they hypocritically acted as public representatives wearing the headgear as such. Politicians are normally the masters of manoeuvrings capable of managing their escape against any crimes they do, and any laws framed, particularly with reference to rape cases, should be the ones which are effective in a tangible order.