Mumbai, March 19: As crime against women refuses to die down in India, despite violent protests across the country, a 20-year-old braveheart has done her bit in teaching a tough lesson to her molester in Mumbai.
According to a report published in Mid Day, college student Pradnya Mandhare was allegedly molested by a druggie at a crowded Kandivli station platform on Wednesday, March 18.
But the fearless and courageous girl did not turn a blind eye towards what happened to her and dragged the man by his hair to a nearby police station Government Railway Police (GRP) chowkie, all by herself, even as the onlookers watched the incident as mute spectators.
Pradnya, who is a Mass Media student at Sathaye College in Vile Parle, was returning from her college around 2.30 pm when the incident happened. She had to board a local train from Vile Parle to Borivali.
Pradnya said that a drunk man started touching her inappropriately, that left her shocked, but she decided to not keep quiet and firmly handled the situation.
The accused was identified as 25-year-old Chavan and he will be produced in court on Thursday.
Pradnya was quoted saying as, "Every woman should fight back in such cases and they should not keep quiet. I am grateful that the police also helped me and arrested the accused. I also asked the police officers to teach the accused a lesson so that he would not dare to molest a woman ever again."