Woman Assaulted By A Bangalore Auto Driver - KA 09 AC 641
All might have read this in the news paper. When she dialed 100, police asked her to come to police station and said they can not come to the place it seems, where the women got bitten by the auto driver. Why to dial 100 then and ask for help if the police can not come to the accidental place.
My question here is, can any action be taken against this auto driver? I have posted this here to bring this to your notice. Please take some action as it may happen to anyone. People who were standing and watching there, please simply don't stand and watch as if there are some circus going on. Instead of just enjoying the circus, go ahead and help the victim, as I said tomorrow same can happen to you all or me as well. It would be great to see if any action is being taken to punish the guilty auto driver.
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How much ever one may shout from the roof tops, nothing is going to happen until and unless the general public join hands and fight this dirty, filthy system. This arrogant Auto driver's license should have been cancelled and put behind bars for atleast 10 years so that all the others will realize what will happen to them if they do what the Auto driver did. Secondly the police who insisted on coming to the police station should be sacked immediately and should not get any alternate job for the rest of his life. Until and unless the punishment is strict, these type of incidents will continue to occur. more
Remember Mahabharta's story of Abhimany's killing where 7 invincible warriors went against the principles of war and joined together to kill unarmed Abhimanyu? Because of that bad deed, each of those 7 invincible warriors got killed in the similar fashion. Moral of the story: What you give it what you get. Mute spectators incurs the debt of bad karma and write in their fate similar misfortune by their own hands. Similarly, the girl need to ask herself if she left someone in need unattended in the past. It is a vicious cycle.
The only way to break this vicious cycle is to offer help even in the face of danger. As a society, we need to teach this to ourselves and to our kids. Society of brave people will always be better than the society of cowards.
The biggest problem of India is that cowardice, selfishness and corruption run very deep. We love to watch and comment.
Police personnel who refused to come and help should be terminated from employment. more
we have to our best in the existing circumstances. Mr Parsuram Panigrahi is correct. we have to improve collectively to overcome such situations. App can be down loaded to contact right persons. more
Inform it to Commissioner police by tweet @CPBlr Police might not listen to you but will listen to their boss. Commissioner is prompt in responding to his tweets. Can call 080-25588444 / 555 for harassment from auto drivers and 1091 for women related complain. I heard 1091 is prompt to respond and experienced twitter response from police commissioner. more