INDIA NEEDS TO GIVE PROTECTION TO OUR WOMEN , MOTHERS , SISTERS, DAUGHTERS :
DO WE NEED ANY MORE PROOF THAN WHAT IS DISPLAYED IN THE ATTACHED VIDEO?
The Indian Woman is for ever Family oriented, safety oriented towards the society, besides taking care of their own safety to continuously contribute their share of Bread to the Family.
– WILL YOU SPOT ONE WOMAN WITHOUT A MASK IN THE LADIES’ COMPARTMENT ?
India should wake up to prevent any more Violence against women, AND REALIZE THEIR vALUE IN SOCIETY.
Please don’t say we have the best Laws, please implement.
Should we start a circle on Prevent violence on women . more
I agree with safety part though. India is not safe for women in spite of all laws being women centric.
But the major issue is over-population and lack of education. Stop producing babies. Use CONDOM (contraception). more
Also, setting up a Circle on "prevention of violence to women" is just like the government setting up a sub-committee to look into the matter and it would generally take several years to prepare a report which would ultimately be found useless and redundant.
Need of the hour is to CONTINUOUSLY encourage and, if necessary, to force people to "wear masks and keep social distancing". It's an indisputable fact that we humans refuse to learn voluntarily; so introduce fines (like they did at the Delhi Metro stations). Introduction of severe fines for breaking traffic rules has considerably improved the drivers' behaviour on roads....in Delhi at least, where I live.
Only strictness and imposition of fines will succeed. Look at the deplorable failure of the "Swatch Bharat Abhiyan". The parks which we use for our daily walks are constantly littered with paper and plastic throw-aways every day, however much the labourers try to tidy up the place. And if guards dare to check, they are rebuked angrily with shouts like, "do you know who I am?"
This reminds me of an incident during a business visit to Beijing around 2002. On a Sunday, our hosts (local agent) took us to visit what the Americans call "National Park".......a spot of natural beauty in the area. Smoking was strictly prohibited in the park. However, a middle-aged gentleman with his 6 - 7-member family strolled into the park with a cigarette in his mouth.
And here begins the interesting part of the episode. A skinny guard with an unassuming personality, half bent forward because of his age, which must have been no less than 80 years, comes running from behind and asks the gentleman to put away the cigarette as smoking was not allowed inside the park. The gentleman (he must've been a rich and influential person, I guess) told the guard off.
The guard made one phone call from his handphone and lo, within less than three minutes a police patrol car showed up inside the park and hauled up the smoking visitor. The poor chap had to shell out a hefty fine and that too in front of his family.
FOLKS, ONLY THIS WILL CHANGE OUR INDIA.....nothing else will !!
There's need to make some people climb down from their self-chosen thrones...... more