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Friday, July 13, 2012

She is still a kid!

At 16, she is still a kid. You do this a 16 year old?  - One of the most disturbing visuals I have seen.

I cant get over her trauma, How is the Kid going to? 

The DGP since he wasnt from Tamil Nadu didnt blame the girl's dress or the bar and gave reasonable answer. The journalist ( this is tabloid after all)  was ofcourse the usual TRP based one.

PS: 16 is not the age for bar. But this didnt happen inside the bar but on a busy street. 

PS1: Pepper spray, whistle, knife - that is the training we need to give girls.

PS2: Also training to point the knife to a specific point might even be better. 

PS3: Any money these men creatures have/will earn should go into setting up a training programs across the country. 

Seriously 20 against a kid?


Gradwolf said...

Pathetic really. From a few experiences, I think even those we call "educated" aren't a lot better. Guess everything needs to start from home. Something localteaparty wrote in his latest.You'd have seen that.

viswajith.k.n said...


Sachita said...

GW: hadnt read it till you pointed out.. but i dont think that is the entire problem. For one, you will be surprised the men who feel up young girls in public transportation are often 45+!

Vkn: the emticon for tears!