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MP’s model skirt pulled by molesters in busy road, CM gives command for action

MP’s model skirt pulled by molesters in busy road, CM gives command for action
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Between sex crimes against women in the country, Indore’s (Madhya Pradesh) Model and blogger had talked of being molested on the busy road, when he was going somewhere. On the social media, the model has said that two youths pulled their skirts on the busy road of Indore when they were going somewhere with the scooter. The model had said that when she was driving a scooter, two young men, dragged her skirt, made a bad comment like ‘Show what’s under it’. After this, Model wrote on social media, “All this happened today when I was going from my activa(Scooty), during this time two young men tried to pull my skirt and said, what is wearing it under this? With this, my balance of the scooty got worse, and I became a victim of an accident. It has hurt me too. All this has happened on the busy road of Indore. I’m so confused with it. ‘

She also astonished why her clothes were responsible for this attack. “Just because I was wearing a skirt, doesn’t give you a right to act like that. What I want to wear is my choice. An uncle who came to help me after my fall said, “it’s because you’re wearing a skirt!” I’ve never been so provoked.” The incident took place in front of a famous mall, but one shudders to imagine what would have happened on a deserted street.

“Would those guys have stopped at trying to pull my skirt?” she asked, and added, “So many girls go through this. Most of them decide not to talk about it. Why? It’s embarrassing, yes. But not talking about it is empowering those guys who think they can do anything and can get away with it.

The woman went back to the spot and asked the peoples if they saw the men. There were no CCTV cameras in the area. “They are roaming free and happy that they did it and got away with it. I will file a police complaint. I don’t know if they will be able to find those guys, but if I don’t do it right now, it defeats my purpose,” she tweeted.

Hari Narayan Chari Mishra, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Indore Police, said “We have not received any complaint yet. We are committed to taking serious action in incidents of crime against women,”.

About the author

Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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