Newspapers flooded with U.P Chief Minister Mr. Akhilesh Yadav’s naive comments on the condition of women’s safety in his state, or should we rephrase lack of safety. India A nation that bows down to Goddesses and Mothers is today having a murky image of being unsafe for Women. As Indian women of today, life has indeed become a battle for survival in which unlike Darwin’s theory not the fittest but those who can manage security for themselves or are truly blessed with luck will survive.
A beautiful land of geographical diversity and beauty, India is also known as the example of cultural diversity and unity. The recent election of our Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi with such a huge majority stands as an example of our unity which is seldom said to exist in a democracy.
We did everything, once the issue of women’s safety broke out at large highlighted by the Delhi rape case. Candle light marches, awareness programmes, letters to the government and up liftment of laws. If a nation at large can do so much can’t we come together and straighten up the one remaining notorious state, which today boasts of rape and attempt to murder on a Judge.
If the pillars of the judicial system are so vulnerable, where will the commoners seek relief? The only solution we can seek now is to become so strong and empowered that a man will think a million times before setting his eyes upon a woman. The qualities of the typical Indian woman need to make a paradigm shift from being ‘abla nari’ of a shy and quiet nature to a physically fit and self-defense skilled nari.
No law, no government and no male friends and partners can help us and this has been proved countless number of times by the plethora of incidents we have witnessed in the past. It is you and only you who can make a difference!
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