Bengaluru molestation- Time and again, the safety of women are thrown at stake. The recent events in Bengaluru seems to have triggered the anger of many.
The molestation of a north-eastern woman in Bengaluru, has earned of not just people but even celebrities.
The Kiladi star Akshay Kumar, took to twitter to express his anger, he wrote, ‘The Bangalore incident makes me feel we are evolving backwards, from humans to animals, rather beasts because even animals are better! Truly shameful.’
Indian team caption and batting sensation Virat Kohli said, ‘ This country should be safe and equal for all. Women shouldn’t be treated differently. Let’s stand together and put an end to such pathetic acts.’
Noted actor Farhan Akhtar,’ This is not molestation. It’s gender terrorism. Empowered by the misogynistic mentality of powers-that-be. #wakeup.’
Filmmaker and the United Nations Women’s Goodwill Ambassador of India, Aishwaryaa R Dhanush, expressed her anger and sad, ‘Shame on such men and mentality. Sincerely request and truly hope the government would take the needed actions against this outrageous atrocity.’
Famed author Chetan Bhagat tweeted, ‘If wearing short dresses causes molestation then why women are not molested en masse on European or American or Australian beaches?’
Singer Chinmayi Sripaada said, ‘Violence because of gender. A hashtag called Beating women is happiness. 2017 y’all.’
Although, Bengaluru city police have arrested four perverts, two more said to be still at large. The real story behind the whole incident is that these men had actually stocked here and had planned the entire episode. The police were able to nap the culprits only after a CCTV footages were released.