Kolkata, July 22: Women are not safe in this country. Now, a woman techie has been molested and was forced to jump off a running train near Kolkata in West Bengal. The incident happened on Sunday, July 21 when the 25-year-old victim was travelling alone in Janata Express between Bally and Belur stations near Kolkata.
According to media reports, the coach, in which the victim was travelling, empty at Bandel, 42 km from Kolkata. An unidentified man boarded the train and began to harass her.
According to the statement of victim, after a continuous one-hour harassment, the man allegedly attacked her. Trying to escape from his grip, the young techie was forced to jump off the running which was near to Bally station.
The victim was noticed by some locals who rushed her to a near by hospital. The woman received head injury, however, her condition was said to be normal now.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee offered to bear medical expense of the woman who works in an IT company in Kolkata. The woman was on her way from Asansol to Kolkata. Police registered a case against the unidentified person.
The incident happened days after another reports where CRPF jawans were arrested for allegedly making video clips of a girl who travelling in a train in Madhya Pradesh.
Recently, a news regarding MMS and porn videos shocked the countrymen, especially Delhites. The Metro officials in the national capital faced criticism following the news that CCTV footage captured in Metros and different metro stations have been used to make porn movies and MMSes.
It was also reported that porn movies and vulgar MMSes have been created by the footage which were captured by such CCTV cameras. The porn movies and MMSes were uploaded in various porn sites.
It was reported that many such videos have been made but were yet to be released in public domain. According to media reports, intimated moments of couple in the train and metro stations were captured in the videos. Total 13 videos have been uploaded on porn sites so far and these have been viewed by nearly 1.5 lakh people.