The Samajwadi Party leader said that men and ladies are distinctive, and in this way ladies must not venture out of their place during the evening.
After the dishonorable Bengaluru occurrence, where a few ladies were professedly attacked amid New Year festivities regardless of colossal police nearness, Samajwadi Party MLA Abu Azmi today has made stunning remarks by saying that it will undoubtedly happen.
The Samajwadi Party pioneer said that men and ladies are distinctive, and thusly ladies must not venture out of their place during the evening.
In the mean time, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju censured the disgraceful episode of mass attack of ladies in the IT city. "Tragic. By what means can such episodes happen? Strict move must be made," Rijiju said.
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1. "There ought to be strict activity against those conflicting with our way of life", Abu Azmi said.
2. "In the event that a young lady celebrates after dull she ought to run with her better half, father and not with outsiders", Azmi said.
3. "Ladies call nakedness mold", the Samajwadi Party pioneer said.
4. "I acknowledge that fascination happens amongst men and ladies yet we have to play it safe", he included.
5. At the point when gotten some information about his perspectives on ladies security in the country, he said that Indian culture is changing and westernization is a dark spot on our way of life.
6. He additionally continued disgracing ladies for grasping western culture and said that there ought to be strict activity against those conflicting with our way of life.
7. Young ladies were pawed, grabbed and mishandled by revelers in Bengaluru's MG Road and Brigade Road amid New Year's Eve festivities.
8. This happened in spite of the 1,500 policemen sent in the zone.
9. Bengaluru beat cop Praveen Sood told India Today that Karnataka Police will connect with the casualties and help them.
10. Police will take help of 60 CCTV cameras introduced in the zone and attempt to distinguish the offenders.
THESE KIND OF INCIDENTS DO HAPPEN: KARNATAKA HOME MINISTER
Responding to attack reports, Karnataka Home Minister G Parameshwara said "such occurrences do happen."
"Lamentably, is going on that on days like New Years, Brigade Road, Commercial Street, or MG street, a substantial number of adolescents assemble. What's more, youths were practically similar to Westerners. They attempted to duplicate the Westerners, in their attitude as well as even in their dressing. So some unsettling influence, a few young ladies are harassed...these sort of things do happen," Parameshwara said.