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Rampur Molestation : Sheeps grow horns

What happened ?
The video is disturbing of course & what is more disturbing is the audacity of this pack of 's**t' to openly outrage the modesty of ladies & record their misdeeds & make it go viral for NO FAULT OF THE WOMEN!
Those of you who did see the video would appreciate that pleading , requesting & humbling down from the victims, which fell on deaf ears. Remember, a psychopath has utter disregard to our convenience or plea, all they want is to vent their barbaric vibes either through thought or action.
Most time such incidents happen when these pack of 'wolves' gather together & acquire a sense of strength & support.
in the video when the pleas fell on deaf ears the women became more vocal & started shouting & even abusing but by then it was too late & by now the pack of hooligans had gauged the response level of their victim and were couldn't careless.
It was foolish of these spineless men to post the video as it led to their identification & finally arrest but imagine if the video was not posted & more harm was caused to the ladies, no one would even have probably come to know.

Reality Check
The crime against women has spiralled up after Nirbhaya & there seems to be no respite (as per the NCRB) with almost 34% increase in U.P. where a lot was claimed to stop sexual harassment against women.
If this was not all then a very influential & seasoned UP Minister said that it is not surprising to hear of such cases against women & they should not go out in such places where they may be harmed. He did not emanate remorse or failure on part of government nor he talked about their failure to instil fear in the minds of such creeps .
What this video & see how much police security this sorry state of minister has & what his constituency or people are left to fend with.
All this not only appalling but unfortunately true!

What do we do?
The 3 'Ps' - People , Police & Politicians will very seldom if not never, come to help, though they will have videos , advisory & politics to further aggravate the situation. Wolves will eat the sheep, so grow horns & learn to protect yourself ! Develop a sense of confidence by staying aware & abreast of situations around you.
I am a 'Survival Trainer' & have trained more than 46000 people now in last 9 years. My wisdom based on my interaction & research on the subject matter says that more than 80% people do not know what is happening around them, 10% people have a vague idea of it & 5% have complete information on such matters but a dismal 5% or less population which is not only aware but concerned 'really want to do something about it'.
So this blog of mine is not to give gyaan or create any hyped awareness but to muster these 5% so that they can BE THE CHANGE!

Useful tips 
1. Never walk with your face down & exhibit fear & low self esteem neither be overconfident rather be confident .
2. Look aware & prepared which comes with knowledge & training , pretence wont take you long.
3. Always carry a TOSS (Tool Of Safety & Survival) like a sharp metallic pen, pocket knife, licensed fire arm, pepper spray or mirchi powder. Its better to have it & not use it than need it & not have it.
4. Never turn your back to the aggressors & never let them encircle you.
5. Be quick on your toes & run away if possible.
6. Pleading or requesting has never saved lives as your aggressors are psychopaths & don't understand all this, they only seek pleasure out of pain & agony.
7. Hit them so hard if that would be your final nail in the coffin & scoot.

Pained once again!

P.S : I have high level of respect for efficient cops, helpful people & dedicated politicians but haven't seen or met them lately.


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