Brave Mangalore girl’s post on Facebook exposing Rizwan, man who harassed her is going viral!

Most women in our country would have experienced harassment in one or the other way. Women have become extremely prone to eve teasing and sexual abuse these days. But most people ignore them and move on just to avoid disturbances in their life.

But when you face harassment on daily basis, then definitely it cannot be ignored and stringent action will have to be taken against the culprits. One of the main causes for women harassment is because of the non functional law which has given upper hand to the anti social elements. The police have become insensitive towards women cause and do not care.

But here is a story of girl from Mangalore, who took on Facebook to fight against Anti Social element who harassed her on a daily basis.Rashmi Shetty wrote a daring post on face book against Rizwan, the man who kept harassing her since long which is now going viral on facebook.

Read her letter!
KA 19 EU 0932You thought I’d be scared, didn’t you? You thought I’d be ashamed, didn’t you? I was followed by the…

Posted by Rashmi Shetty on Sonntag, 25. Juni 2017

KA 19 EU 0932
You thought I’d be scared, didn’t you? You thought I’d be ashamed, didn’t you?
I was followed by the guy who this scooter belongs to today in broad daylight. In a busy street in Mangalore. 3pm in the noon in the center of the city, from Aloysius degree college to Balmatta, to a guy dares to follow a woman who’s walking while there is a swarm of cops thirty steps behind.
You think you can halt a million times ahead of me and honk at me while I cross you as you take a good fucking look at my butt? And that would embarrass me enough to cry at my fate of being a woman in this country, this generation, this world? You think I’d freak out and run so fast that I fucking run into your arms? You think you stopping and making phone calls to your gang would would threaten me into never getting out alone? So confident that if I asked for help if never be able to prove your fault? And that people wouldn’t take my side or take me seriously?
Well, guess what? I take my side. These streets are as much mine as they are of undeserving assholes like you. You or a hundred like you will not scare me into staying home and not being free. This is a message from all the strong girls to you and your likes: if you try curtailing our freedom, we will fight back. And we will knock you down. I was only waiting for you to make a move so I can smack your face with my heels- the same ones you were trying so hard to catch up with. And you think you can do anything under the veil of anonymity? Here, I’m not anonymous anymore. And I won’t let you be either. And let me repeat, I’M NOT SCARED OF YOU.
I hope this reaches you somehow.
You thought I’d be scared, didn’t you? You thought I’d be ashamed, didn’t you?
You’re the one who should be both.
And yeah, F**K YOU.

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