“You think you can harass me just because I’m a woman?” – You tell him, girlfriend!

Published: February 11, 2015

The video clip shows her berating the man for seeking opportune moments to touch her inappropriately.

The news today is inundated with reports of women of all ages being raped and harassed. So when I came across a video of a young woman who confronted a fellow male passenger who had groped her on a plane, I saw it as a step forward, a victory (albeit, a small one) in the on-going, wearisome battle that women all over the planet wage in order to be accepted as equals, individuals who deserve to be treated with respect.

The video clip shows her berating the man for seeking opportune moments to touch her inappropriately. The man is seen trying to avoid being captured on camera but his feeble attempts to cover his face fail as the woman manages to give the viewer a clear view of his face. The man has since been identified as 62-year-old Ravin Jhunjhunwala, and scores of people across the country have viewed the clip rebuking him for his unwanted advances.

This courageous girl deserves to be applauded for standing up to the man in question, for in this country, many are too embarrassed and fearful of confronting men who molest them.

It is all too common to blame the woman for the harassment that she is forced to endure. Her attire, mannerisms, character and behaviour are all questioned. Let’s be very clear – nothing, absolutely nothing a woman does or says justifies rape or harassment. Her attire or behaviour is not an invitation to pounce on her unless she explicitly says, “I want to have sex with you. Come hither.”

Patriarchy and misogynistic attitudes are the root causes of harassment and rape. While the man manages to escape scot free without so much as a rap on the knuckles. He’s free to go scouting for his next victim, secure in the knowledge that there is little that society will do to put an end to his ‘adventures’.

Therefore, it’s heartening to see women who are willing to put up a fight when faced with such unfortunate circumstances that demean them. One can hope that such videos will give other women the strength to confront their tormentors when faced with similar situations. Women in India, and elsewhere, have been subjected to such indignity for far too long and it’s time to finally put things right.

What every society needs is women like this brave heart who decided to name and shame a man who expected her to hold her tongue and not speak out as so many have done for centuries. I am certain the girl’s spirited reaction has jolted him out of his reverie and has driven home the fact that he and others like him can no longer hope to molest women with impunity.

Jhunjhunwala has had to pay the price for a few moments of sexual gratification that he received by molesting a disinterested woman – an FIR was lodged and he was arrested but was later granted bail. The incident has been reported widely by newspapers all across the nation. This, coupled with the humiliation of being shamed in front of his family, which includes a young daughter, friends and colleagues, will go a long way in teaching him a lesson he needed to learn. He will hopefully think twice before embarking on such quests in the future. His public disgrace and the fact that he was lambasted by a much younger woman will hopefully be deeply imprinted in his mind and will prevent him from repeating this “mistake” (as he calls it) again.

The advent of mobile phones and cameras has ensured that every individual can turn into an activist with an agenda by capturing events as they happen in real time. It’s no longer her word against his. A video clip or a sound recording can make for damning evidence and the perpetrator can no longer hope to resort to lies to save his skin. One can cry himself hoarse proclaiming innocence but that would mean naught in the face of technological evidence.

The nagging thought in my mind, though, is one that has plagued me for a long time. While there are instances where a woman can reproach and shame her harassers and receive the unconditional support of the public, there are circumstances when she is forced to keep silent.

Sexual harassment at the workplace is commonplace and this seems to be a tricky situation which cannot be tackled as easily, irrespective of how strong the company’s anti-sexual harassment policies are. Some lucky women do win such cases but in some instances, the odds are stacked so heavily against a woman that she prefers to quit the job or suffer in silence rather than report it to a disciplinary committee.

This is where the real challenge lies – can we, as a society, ever sensitise ourselves enough to give women the courage and the confidence to approach authorities for help and justice if need be?

Will women find it easy to approach the HR department to report an influential superior, with a lot of clout, who has sexually harassed her and expect to receive justice? Will the ranks in a company hierarchy garner the moral courage and good sense to side with the victim no matter influential her harasser is?

Will women ever gain enough confidence to approach the police to report rape without fear of being judged, condemned or blamed for the crime that someone else has committed?

Will society ever begin to comprehend the difference between a victim and a perpetrator?

After this incident, I seem to be hopeful.

Amrita Singh

Amrita Singh

Passionate about trekking and travelling, the writer has just moved to Belfast, UK. Her obsession with the Himalayas grows every passing year and she keeps going back for more.

The views expressed by the writer and the reader comments do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of The Express Tribune.

  • Salman Shareef

    After effects of “Nangi” bollywood. More expose yourself, More chances of rapes & Harassment get in return. so simple is Tit for Tat.Recommend

  • ab1990

    I dont understand why people who leave india worry about india at all. Stay out of indian internal matters.Recommend

  • Maximus Decimus Meridius

    Great Blog. Well done. I hope we read from you soon.Recommend

  • hp kumar

    I as an indian man opposed to india’s domestic affair to be discussed on pakistani newspaper…Bhakti,donot expect any sympathy from us if you donot learn a lesson or two about basics of journalism…if you think with support of pakistan ,you as an Indian woman will humiliate indian men to greater extent then you r absolutely wrong..I urge everyone to notice her over enthusiasmRecommend

  • Asad

    It’s not about being an Indian or a Pakistani. Harassment is a global issue and should be addressed accordingly. This article is not meant to humiliate anyone in particular. The only ones who’d feel “humiliated” reading this piece are the ones who actively engage in harassing women themselves.

    And just for the record, Indian newspapers go out of their way to report issues in Pakistan too. Be it terrorism, rape or minority killings.Recommend

  • Queen

    I believe the blog is about the molestation of women in public and the writer has quoted the incident, which happened in India, to establish her view point. There is no question of “humiliating” Indian men here.Recommend

  • Asad

    Burqa clad women from North Waziristan are raped, flogged in public and stripped too.
    Read the last two lines of the fourth paragraph of the blog again where the author says, “Nothing justifies rape!”
    Stop trying to justify something that can’t be justified.Recommend

  • hp kumar

    terrorism is a global issue and has a direct impact on daily lives of indians…As for rape ,i didnot find any space for pakistan..minority killings r discussed when it is committed at large scale say just recently 65 shias were killed or once more than 100 xtians were killed.i have witnessed news of rapes from india making a headline on widely popular dawn..what is this indian obsession?anyway..as an indian She must know her limit about discussing few issues on international forumRecommend

  • hp kumar

    And what is the reason of rape being committed in pakistan??Any specific reason?Recommend

  • Asad

    Burqa-clad women from North Waziristan are also raped, flogged in public and killed for honour.
    Re-read the 4th paragraph of the blog where the author clearly mentions that “there is NO justification for rape”Recommend

  • M Waqas Sajid

    largest democracy of the world???Recommend

  • Maximus Decimus Meridius

    what a crass, stupid and imbecilic comment. You are a regular troll here but this time you have gone too far my friend.
    Who are you to decide who gets sympathy? I know that one of the basic principles of trolling is that you hit the raw nerves of people and make them angry, but even the most vile of trolls do not hurt the sentiments of harassment victims. The losers who harass women and then tell them to keep quite to protect their “honour”. What is the honour in silencing a victim?
    the types are the ones who silence rape victims using force or connections and from the bottom of my heart I hate sadistic sub-humans who commit this kind of atrocity.they are even lower than the man who commits these crimes, for by covering up his crimes you allow this kind of misogynist culture to flourish.
    And then the excuses, some use the honour excuse, some say its because of legal issues, some say that the family name will be tarnished and some say that their country’s name will be tarnished. All are the same, trying to cover up crimes against humanity one way or the other.
    And to the author: If you have had the displeasure of reading the hideous comment to which I replied, I would like to assure you that we in Pakistan do not have any sympathy for rapists or other kind of subhumans. As a Pakistani I sincerely sympathize with this lady and applaud her actions, and your efforts to bring them to light. Do not be dissuaded by these vile troll comments, there is no shame in bringing an issue like this to light and I can assure you that the girl in question will most likely applaud you if she ever reads this blog. So BRAVO! and WELL DONE! never for an instance think that you tarnished your country’s good name, for the animals have no nationality, rapists and their ilk are the same everywhere, they are the same dirt in every country.Recommend

  • Maximus Decimus Meridius

    What UTTER and RIDICULOUS GARBAGE. Did you even bother to read the article? what kind of man excuses the victim of such a crime as being the reason of her hurt? Even the barbarian hordes had more shame and honour than people who excuse rape victims and victims of harassment.
    I mean no harm to anyone who criticizes another, but some things are universal and victims of rape and harassment are among those. You just cannot be against them
    To the author and any other Indian who reads this comment: I, and the vast majority of Pakistanis, wash our hands from this persons words as Pilate washed his, from the attempted murder of Christ.Recommend

  • Asy ma wail !

    and there starts your basic problem – Instead of supporting her cause, extending your support to the courageous women in this god damn region, you had to swell up your Indian ego? and that too when you most probably arrived here to comment on almost everything else going on in Pakistan and found something devastating? You think its alright to poke your nose in almost everything happening in Pakistan and try to humiliate people but its definitely not right when something wrong is coming out of India is being discussed on a Pakistani site?

    I have the courage and moral capability to agree with whatever the writer is saying, and Let me say it loud, its not only in India, its the whole god damn world which is treating women like this and our region is more infested.

    Now instead of policing people’s patriotism, go out and teach a few people about how not to mistreat women, that will serve huge thing.Recommend

  • hp kumar

    I think you r beating the wrong drum..I reiterate and i swear,i have not interfered or commented on pakistans internal affairs or issues faced by pakistanis in day to day life…And to this ,you should not have any audacity to tell us Indians how to deal with our own problems…I think pakistan is already dealing with severe women’s right issue..write about it and comment on it..Highlighting about neighbor and then passing nasty remarks is not courageous at all…needless to say that pakistanis have trended with #Rapepublicaday to make their intention very clear…And I m not asking for any fight since you went berserk over me..I wrote what i felt it was correct to remind my fellow indian..
    Hope moderator will pass my commentRecommend

  • hp kumar

    I have noticed this trend that pakistanis r marvelous at giving lesson to others..,but the same they donot apply upon themselves :-).It amuses me sometimes…you must be aware that there r continuous protests going on in india against rape..now my question is,is pakistan a rape free country??if not ,then why people like you donot come on street to start similar kind of movement in pakistan that has engulfed india today?Recommend

  • hp kumar

    I have noticed this trend that pakistanis r marvelous at giving lesson to others..,but the same they donot apply upon themselves :-).It amuses me sometimes…you must be aware that there r continuous protests going on in india against rape..now my question is,is pakistan a rape free country??if not ,then why people like you donot come on street to start similar kind of movement in pakistan that has engulfed india today?Recommend

  • asy ma wail

    ahh for God sake, you want to mock his stupid argument about rape? so do I – You hate Taliban? I will help you in hatting them more -but dont humiliate my women – They are NOT flogged, rapped and stripped in public in Waziristan- Honor is the only God damn thing which we live for and probably the only reason we haven’t been as successful as you big town guys are – so please leave my women alone if your knowledge about Waziristan is as much as you know about Mars.

    Yes , I agree, Nothing can justify rape.Recommend

  • asy ma wail

    ahh for God sake, you want to mock his stupid argument about rape? so do I – You hate Taliban? I will help you in hatting them more -but dont humiliate my women – They are NOT flogged, rapped and stripped in public in Waziristan- Honor is the only God damn thing which we live for and probably the only reason we haven’t been as successful as you big town guys are – so please leave my women alone if your knowledge about Waziristan is as much as you know about Mars.

    Yes , I agree, Nothing can justify rape.Recommend

  • Asad

    Harassment is also a global issue that has a direct impact on both men and women within and outside India. Every time a woman speaks up against harassment and tries to show the world who the culprits are, her efforts should be appreciated and her courage should be acknowledged on all global forums. You have no right to tell the author “her limits” just because she posted this video on a Pakistani forum.

    There is no such thing as “Indian obsession” here. This forum has also raised issues such as the recent killings of Muslims in North Carolina, the impact of Hollywood movie American Sniper on Islamophobia in U.S and several other global issues.

    As Pakistanis, we’re not here to pour scorn over India for whatever happened. We ourselves have rapists and harassers here. We admire the courage by this girl (in the video) in exposing the perpetrator, rather than sitting in silence. That is courage we all need to learn from. So please keep your “Indian Ego” to yourself and stop deciding everyone’s “limit” in today’s world of Globalization and Online Media.Recommend

  • asy ma wail

    Its has only one reason, no matter wherever it happens. The filth of Men’s mind. Now go and give it different names and reasons.Recommend

  • asy ma wail

    Its has only one reason, no matter wherever it happens. The filth of Men’s mind. Now go and give it different names and reasons.Recommend

  • نائلہ

    You are the one on a Pakistani yet we are obsessed. We have enough problems of our own to worry about, let alone go around discussing india. Rape is a global issue and your country as a whole is very good at condemning and protesting against it- Something Pakistan should learn.

    And what happened to your whole freedom of speech stance? Let her voice her opinions. Should not be bothering you. Recommend

  • نائلہ

    You are the one on a Pakistani yet we are obsessed. We have enough problems of our own to worry about, let alone go around discussing india. Rape is a global issue and your country as a whole is very good at condemning and protesting against it- Something Pakistan should learn.

    And what happened to your whole freedom of speech stance? Let her voice her opinions. Should not be bothering you. Recommend

  • نائلہ

    Hahaha! You are good! Recommend

  • نائلہ

    Hahaha! You are good! Recommend

  • نائلہ

    Thy mental thesaurus has great adjectives :) Recommend

  • نائلہ

    Thy mental thesaurus has great adjectives :) Recommend

  • نائلہ

    So much love and acceptance. I’m in awe. Recommend

  • نائلہ

    Err pretty sure it hasn’t got anything to do with democracy. Recommend

  • L.

    Firstly, you are against Indians telling Pakistan about the situation in their country. Next you say that we should “learn” (no doubt we need to) from a movement you won’t let Indians tell us about. What logic? Recommend

  • Asad

    My ignorance seems to have offended you. I apologize.

    What I meant was the burqa clad women, even from the most remote corners of Pakistan, are harassed, raped and killed for honour.Recommend

  • Iftikhar Ali

    that was easyRecommend

  • hp kumar

    I m not obsessed about pakistan..But yes i do care about how neighbors react to hot issues trending in India..frankly telling you,pakistanis take one this issue sundry and perhaps most of the time mocks indians……Recommend

  • Sane

    Old Indian technique to divert the discussion if there is any thing ugly about India. By the way how you narrate and defend rapes of foreign tourists in India. India is getting famous, Indeed. Due to mindset of people like you.Recommend

  • Sane

    If you object to get this published on Pakistani pages, then why you do not follow same. Be away from Pakistani news blog.Recommend

  • Sane

    Why you intrude on a Pakistani news blog. We need to correct India so that such evils do not spread globally and specially in neighbor countries.Recommend

  • Sane

    Because this is being exported to Pakistan. Anyways still this not excelled in Pakistan like India.Recommend

  • asy ma wail

    You are brought up by a wonderful mother who taught you to be brave enough to apologize. God bless her :)Recommend

  • sharabi

    Bad for you, Neither you have A democracy & still five year old kids are being raped & found murdered in mosque compounds.
    Women in Burqua are being raped in WAJIRISTAN & PESHAWAR.Recommend

  • نائلہ

    Where do Pakistanis mock Indians? Like I said, we are busy worrying about our own country. Recommend

  • hp kumar

    where i m telling you to learn anything from us indians??Since he wrote a big article judging me ,i took it as an opportunity to tell him about his own hypocrisy..why i told author is all different matter .clearly commentators have misjudged meRecommend

  • Maximus Decimus Meridius

    your comment was that this blogger should “stay silent” because she is tarnishing her country’s image with her story. And that she does not deserve sympathy.
    My response was to call you an imbecile and a lowlife for such a demented attitude.
    This reply of yours has no connection whatsoever to the issue at hand. Frankly speaking you should apologize to the blogger for being such a huge ignoramus and stop trying to troll for the foreseeable future.
    Hijacking discussions is a troll’s basic function, and I don’t mind your trolling much, but do not ever think that you will be allowed to harass victims of violence with your words.Recommend

  • Agrippa – The Skeptic

    The author has every right to discuss her viewpoint on any forum of her choice. You oppose it – well, have another glass of milk or what sails your boat. Or else, go fly a kite.

    “… I reiterate and i swear,i have not interfered or commented on pakistans internal affairs”… ”

    Which grade are you in – 3rd/4th?
    Have you ever matured beyond those grades? What a way to argue on a net forum.
    Your thoughts reflect the same maturity too.
    The audacity to tell another person – “I oppose …
    Are you the minder of your “fellow Indians”?Recommend

  • hp kumar

    r you kidding me??what is #RapepublicdayRecommend

  • Sridhar Kaushik

    It is not as if rapes did not happen in India in the past and there is a sudden increase lately. In big cities like Delhi where there is a huge immigrant population, rape has become a daily occurence mainly because working women are in large numbers. One thing a Pakistani would find very different in India’s cities is the sheer number of women occupying public space.

    I just came back from Chennai (South India) where i saw women in every sphere. They are driving cars, scooters, motorbike. Women driving with men in the back seat, burqa clad muslim women driving scooters, mopeds etc etc.

    By being everywhere at odd hours, women in India (especially in big cities) expose themselves to violence from predators.

    The sudden rise in sexual crimes in Inidan cities have a lot to do with increasing industrialization and women empowerment.

    That the crimes are increasingly being reported is due both to media and attitude of women who are unwilling to silently endure the violence.

    Pakistanis should not be deluded into thinking that because such crimes are not being reported in Pakistan in large numbers, things are better off.

    The following is from a foreign newspaper and gives an idea of sexual crime in Pakistan:
    http://www.torontosun.com/2014/09/08/pakistans-troubling-rape-problem
    (There are 1.5 million street kids in Pakistan — an estimated 90% of
    them have been sexually abused at some point in their lives.

    Rape in Pakistan is so common, it’s barely taboo. Last week the Daily
    Mail interviewed a bus driver from Peshawar who says, after his shift
    is over, he likes to go into the slums and rape street kids. Sometimes
    he pays them a dollar. But often he doesn’t – he just joins in a big
    gang rape.

    “Once, there was a boy on the bus and everyone had sex with him,” he
    told the Daily Mail. “I did it too but what else could I do? They
    invited me. And he was that kind of boy anyway.” He says he’s raped 12
    different children.)

    We are talking about sexual crime not just against women but in above case against young boys that is rampant in Pakistan. That is a shame.

    Rape of women is widespread in Pakistan and few of the perpetrators get convicted.
    http://tribune.com.pk/story/728949/zero-conviction-rate-for-rape-senator-proposes-constitutional-changes/
    (According to a research study by Rutgers World Population Foundation
    (WPF) in Dera Ghazi Khan, Muzaffargarh, Jacobabad, Kashmore, Jaffarabad,
    and Naseerabad districts, 66 per cent of women interviewed said that
    they had experienced sexual violence, whereas 93 per cent said that they
    had been subjected to marital rape.)Recommend

  • Xyz

    Molestation or harassment of women is not an indian or Pakistani issue …. Infact it is a global issue. Would you support people who berated Mukhtaran Mai for putting a bad name of Pakistan just cause her victimisation was brought out on international forums? Would you support people who malign Malala because the shooting incident highlighted gaps in Pakistan society?

    And just because someone outside may mock us for our failings does that mean we do not be open about our problems and own them?

    Recommend

  • Xyz

    Have you seen the extent of nudity in French movies? I do not see women being harassed on streets or public transport thereRecommend

  • Xyz

    what about acid attacks and honour killings? What about your religious leaders encouraging marriage of young innocent girls?Recommend

  • ab1990

    yaa we saw how evil pakistan was when bin laden was caught hiding in ur country.Recommend

  • Parvez

    Its so necessary that articles like this with pictures are published because creating an awareness is paramount and with a slow moving legal system shaming and frightening the perpetrator works as a great deterrent.
    In India civil society is active in this regard and the legal system slow but responsive.
    Sadly in Pakistan due to various taboos and stigmas we don’t even want to openly acknowledge that we have a problem and though laws are in place, getting them implemented is a problem.Recommend

  • Zahra

    very well writtenRecommend

  • Sane

    At least young girls are not killed when born; like you Indians do.Recommend

  • hp kumar

    For you search Rotherham child sexual exploitation …Recommend

  • hp kumar

    seriously ,let me tell you few things…you pakistanis r very emotional people..This entire article is very childish in nature .seems author couldnot control her excitement to speak her inner-self..who gave her authority to narrate entire incident with the name of perpetrator ?Its clearly a violation of journalistic norms..case is under probe and so called culprit has threatened to file case of defamation against so called victim..Under this condition ,she wouldnot have gone this far reporting the case on a foreign website..Mind you she herself is not victim of this case..secondly when people r already very sensitive in india,what purpose this article serves here..thats how i see this case …As for you,pl save your diatribe for correct people at correct place :-)Since you yourself r very sensitive towards particular gender ,i suggested you what i felt you can do for your country. other than writing great adjectives as someone has said below..(my mind is still blowing)Recommend

  • hp kumar

    Lets not get into personal comment…This is the worst thing you would be doing ..pl focus on the topic.Recommend

  • Guest

    Moderator pl have control …You know personal remarks will only increase animosity b/w the two countries…Recommend

  • hp kumar

    what r you smoking man??Where i m not open for discussion??But here i cannot support her..I have my own reason for itRecommend

  • نائلہ

    Idk, care to tell? Anything else? Oh and do you find Pakistanis on your websites spreading hate? Recommend

  • نائلہ

    Your own comment: “why people like you donot come on street to start similar kind of movement in pakistan that has engulfed india today?” Recommend

  • hp kumar

    I m tired now and i was not expecting this much feedback.I wrote for author which is badly mistaken by everyone..Anyway coming to your point.lady i only asked him to read his mind….we all r grown up here to understand basics of life…When Indians protested they didnot ask for inspiration from anyone.it was our inner feeling that came out in the form of protest…why i objected??rape is a crime happens in every part of the world..i donot see a foreign author writing about rape cases occurring in their own country for an indian newspaper..if you remember the video which showed model harassed on streets of new york 108 times ?you agree that developed world is more sensitive towards safety of woman..but she was threatened in the response of viral video..reason??Nobody wants bad press.. .Victim lodged complaint and the culprit was arrested .Everyone supported her on social media..This was important..now writing this piece of news on pakistani newspaper and dragging his family ,daughter is bit far fetched…what purpose will it serve only she knows??having said i had no intention to make it india pakistan issue…can we focus on the topic which is already on the board rather giving me a lesson?Recommend

  • hp kumar

    come to toi..see by yourself how do pakistanis fill comments like blackie india and other racist comments which r not allowed on pakistani websiteRecommend

  • نائلہ

    Have been actually. One or two commentators. But not 2 million like here on ET Recommend

  • Xyz

    Committing helpless girls to a life of an animal is worse than death. Secondly if rape is being exported to Pakistan from India….what does it say about Pakistanis being so willing to import it?Recommend

  • Maximus Decimus Meridius

    for you. Stop trying to silence victims in the name of your country’s good name. Anyone who wants to silence the victim is no better then a perpetrator.Recommend

  • Maximus Decimus Meridius

    Who gave her authority?
    When people start to say “who gave this person the authority to show harassment occurred?” Then other people rightfully label such subhumans as bigots. For you kind information the media does not need anyones authority to show that a crime occurred.
    Did you say violation of journalistic norms? What norms are you talking about? the ones in your land where only you reside or the ones which are followed by the great media outlets the world over. IT is one of THE BASIC NORMS to give victims a voice.
    What purpose does this article serve when people in India are sensitive? I am so sick of people who say they are “sensitive” so the victim should either die or stay silent for the rest of her life. Is she not sensitive? What about her sensitivity? What about her rights? her life? her peace of mind? This is one of the most vulgar excuses I have ever had the intellectual and moral displeasure of reading. As I said before, troll all you want, come abuse me, hurl abuses my way for all I care, but DO NOT FOR A SINGLE SECOND THINK THAT you have any right to silence people like this author.
    And lastly stop calling it gender, you can say women. I am sensitive towards women. You should be too, for a women gave birth to me, a woman raised me and fed me,sacrificed every luxury to make me what I am today and yes I feel honour bound to defend every female victim I can.
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  • hp kumar

    see..how did you react here for yourself?..when someone has highlighted your own fault ,you reacted sharply without even giving a thought that my reply came after his continuous attack ..you know what nobody likes hypocrites..you can only be better at preaching but will never come on street to protest ..thats how you r….I signed off late night..But for you i m writing here again…She would be perfectly fine and nobody silencing her…You dont have to worry for that.. :-) we indians love to debate ,may be sometimes heated argument.. as for this article we r not getting any kind of encouragement from here and most of the time caught into defensive position..she must take it as a feedback since she is author of this blog..The purpose for which this article was written probably to sensitize people and make them aware. Only she would be knowing how this was able to hit the wrong nerve..my last comment…Recommend

  • Asy ma wail !

    Baby ! so now I know that you are angry for something else (some stupid hash-tag) and shouted in the wrong place. Fine. Now will you please go out and slap a few faces who whistle around every second girl passing? or probably you can punch some faces grinning at girls as if they are about to go grill them for dinner ? I promise ! I do my part in Pakistan, you start yours in India :)Recommend

  • Sabyasachi

    Jhunjhunwala should be castigated ,that’s for sure,But,Bhakti.You could not find any other place to discuss your nation?India first and everything else later.You and I are unimportant as individuals Bhakti when it comes to the question of a nation’s shame.Discuss this in any Indian newspaper and I will be the first one to support you but not in international press. You and I may perish but India should survive.Do not do the right thing in the wrong way please.Recommend

  • Maximus Decimus Meridius

    You should have written, my last “imbecilic reply”. If you think that defending a victim and the one who gives her a voice is my “fault” then I am proud of these faults, and I will gladly bear any abuse for them. These are basic human rights and . Simpletons like you fail to understand that you are not all high and mighty, you cannot silence a victim just by saying that it hurts your “sensitivity”. What if your mere presence in this world “hurts” my refined and delicate sensitivity?
    Secondly I am tired and very much nauseated by your sick attitude towards a victim. Many people will agree(and do agree) that any sicko who thinks that a victim should be silenced is either a perpetrator of such crimes and is fearful that if one victim is given a voice then maybe, one day HIS own victims will stand before him and point him out. OR such a mean and wretched human being is one who likes hurting people and likes seeing them hurt. This of course if one of attributed of our internet trolls.
    Thirdly, when you have been caught trolling why do you defend it? You wrote a troll comment, then you were caught. why defend it? I mean what is the use? Every person with 2 eyes can see that your comment was made merely to incite anger. You wanted to mentally hurt the blogger, the victim whom she mentioned, and the ones who want to defend the said victim. But when you were caught you decided to defend your sick attitude? Such maliciousness is reproachable. Recommend

  • Sarah Uzair

    Beautiful!Recommend

  • UZMAY

    Mr Kumar. And Mr. Asad

    Bro why you guys are fighting like cat and dog?????
    Is there anything happening wrong in the world its right of everyone to raise his voice and its logical, no rocket science is there.Recommend