Date: 2019-12-16 15:01:31
Stop, Look, Move! These three words mark the bleak reality of Indian women living in India. We talk about Gender Discrimination, Child Labour, Poverty, Climate Change, but do you really think we can work on anything if the females in your country are feeling suffocated and strangled with Warnings like don't go out, it's too late!
How ironic is it that we have Navarati, Diwali, Vasant Panchami where the Goddess is worshipped, but when it comes to reality the Women breathe anxiety, feel torturous, face awfulness, with such horrible with dreadful eyes around them.
A huge outrage of Anger and Furiousness goes upon Social Media with Trending Hashtags that follow #WomenNotSafeInIndia #Justice #WomenAssault #IndiaNotSafe. But the judiciary ends up taking no severe action in favour of women safety in India and neither upon the criminals, which subsequently makes the Victim suffer infinitely!
Once I was reading an article which followed the schemes that are carried forward for Women Empowerment! It was utterly shocking for me that the Article consisted of Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao program, One-stop center scheme (popularly known as 'Sakhi'), STEP (Support to Training and Employment Program for Women), but not even a single mention was given to Women's Safety, if the women are not safe where they reside, work, travel to then what's the point of having such schemes!
My sister once shared an incident with me where one of her colleagues took a cab from the office, she had some dinner plans with her fiance. The cab driver started talking on the phone in Marathi so as to not make the girl bother about anything, luckily the girl knew Marathi the words that were spoken by him were "Ek Bhut Sundar ladki baithi hui hai, tu Aaja mei Tujhe GK mei milta hun" after hearing these words, she felt quite unsafe and troubled up, she said "Bhaiya roko" and said my phone isn't working "Mei bahar nikal rhi hun phone mei signal nhi aa rhe" and then she called her Fiance. She really didn't take any action but saw all the details of the driver on the Uber app and found that the driver joined one month back. Which makes us GIRLS question that what is the credibility or the recruitment process of Uber or Ola? Are they just taking Aadhar Card and Voter Id card? Do they think the identity card is just enough? Are girls safe with the driver they choose? Zillions of questions are there, but the answer is crumpled between the files, cases and the verdict! You make a case to find out attending multiple hearing, but no action being taken.
But speaking on behalf of every single women, I feel we WOMEN
expect demand Law and Enforcement to take some intense and significant steps about Women's safety. Now is the time to make considerable changes in the way the safety is taken for Women! There's always a warning signal that is on the back of my head whenever I step out, "Is my phone charged enough?", "Am I carrying pepper spray in my bag?", "I should inform mumma about the cab that I have taken!" Are these questions normal enough in the mind of a woman? It really isn't, actually it's not at all natural, rather it shows the cruelty that resides outside our homes and the fear in our minds.
From Sati practices to Overpowering Patriarchy Women want justice from the so-called 'Masculinity' which wants women to get subdued by the patronizing attitude.
No matter how many good schools or universities your son is going to if he does not know the meaning of 'NO' he is illiterate and a sinner in every sense.
I dare to question, What the Government is doing apart from various schemes that just glorify what the government is doing. While I end up finding that no serious action is being carried forward by them. We don't want Higher Share prices, Fancy Schools, Malls when WOMEN are not safe in this country where "Maa", "Beti" are glorified in movies but not in reality. They seek and get respect and honour at distinct award functions, but not at those secluded streets and places. They are worshipped in temples, but not at home.
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