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Vishal Dadlani Thrashed BJP’s Ramveer Bhatti For Blaming The Chandigarh Stalking Victim For Staying Out Late

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Updated: 1:16 pm 9 Aug, 2017

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Rape, assault, abuse, and violence have become a part and parcel of a woman’s life. It has become so common that many of us have even stopped paying attention to such news while reading or watching the news. As soon as a crime against women occurs, the whole blame game starts and the issue gets pushed under the rugs. Time and again the victims have been blamed for the crime and not the criminal.

 

A similar case has come to light. A Haryana cadre IAS officer’s Daughter, Varnika Kundu has accused Haryana BJP Chief Subhash Barala’s son, Vikas Barala and his friend Ashish Kumar, of stalking and kidnapping her.

In a long Facebook post, Varnika has described the horrific incident. She informed that the two followed her car in a white SUV during a lonely night. The investigation reports released by the police revealed that the two were drunk when they thought of doing this to Varnika.

Haryana cadre IAS officer’s Daughter, Varnika Kundu. TOI

 

On Varnika’s complaint, the harassers got arrested for “outraging the modesty of a woman” but they soon got released on bail (because you know, “politician ka beta“).

To make this worse, Ramveer Bhatti from Haryana BJP started the blame game and said,

Such cases tend to occur and the probability is higher for girls being stalked if they are out at odd hours.

 

The same political parties who promise women’s safety blames women when their own kids commit the crime. Is this even fair? Blaming Varnika saying that it happened because she was out during odd hours is absolutely wrong and Vishal Dadlani made sure people know this.

Music Composer, Vishal Dadlani. IE

 

In a series of tweets, Vishal lashed out at the political party and made some hard-hitting points. Here’s what the musician said,

 


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In a country where we have self-appointed rakshaks for cows, we hardly have anyone who is ready to take responsibility for women’s safety.

Don’t you think that Vishal has made some really hard-hitting points? Do share your views in the comments section below.

 

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