Please Indians some tolerance...

@vandana7 (64930)
India
February 3, 2016 8:16am CST
So a Tanzanian girl was mauled, stripped, beaten in Bangaluru. Even made to walk naked. There was somebody who tried to help her, and he too got beaten. It is not as if she did anything. Somebody from Sudan killed a local resident - hit and run case. So she the innocent one gets the honor of paying the price. Now let me tell you all a story. Today, when we eat some food, and have some clothes and all these computers and comforts...some Indians have moved out to their countries, worked there, sent THEIR MONIES to our homes. Our hearths have run because of THEIR MONIES. Does it not make you feel ashamed and ungrateful? Ok...how about this then...your universities and tourist centers are trying to bring in monies by asking students to join courses out here and tourists spend their monies here which again adds to our bank balances. The more we have such incidents, the lesser will tourists be inclined to come to our place, and lesser would be our income from this comparatively easier source of income. Who are you hurting? Your own future generations. I saw some YouTube clippings in which a person from Thailand went into the area where lions were. There was nothing civil that pride of wild beast was doing. Do you see some similarities?
She had absolutely nothing to do with the car that ran over and killed a 35 year old Hesaraghatta resident on Sunday night.
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@TheHorse (65833)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Feb 16
I would only feel safe if I were with an Indian family that "knew the ropes." I grew up as a "city kid," so I think I'm "tough" and "street wise," but all of that goes away in an unfamiliar environment.
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@vandana7 (64930)
• India
4 Feb 16
Times have changed. All these changes have occurred in the last 15 years or so. Not that it was much better, but the change in attitude is perceptible right at the doorstep. Part of it is because you all outsource. What happens is some become rich, others remain backward. Disparity increases, and when the richer ones try to change the culture rapidly, they are sort of hit back.
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@TheHorse (65833)
• Pleasant Hill, California
5 Feb 16
@vandana7 What happens to Indians who work for American companies? Like the ones who are always trying to help me fix my computer issues? Do they move from lower-middle-class to upper-middle-class? Are they the ones whose attitudes change?
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@vandana7 (64930)
• India
5 Feb 16
@TheHorse ..Yes...they are exposed to different style of living and disparity between a person who has never seen a woman in genes or a woman working late becomes too much. Ironically, women try to make friends with guys so that they can be safe, with those friends. But even those friends get beaten up. Or at times it is those friends who turn out to be rotten.
@WorDazza (10106)
• Manchester, England
3 Feb 16
Words fail me! And that doesn't often happen!
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@vandana7 (64930)
• India
3 Feb 16
I feel ashamed that children are being brought up like that and there are no laws against parents creating such monsters out of natural innocence.
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@WorDazza (10106)
• Manchester, England
4 Feb 16
@vandana7 At some point blame has to be attached to the police. By just standing by and watching it sends out the message that it's acceptable. If the police stepped in, made arrests and the perpetrators were suitably punished then it might make people realise that this is just not acceptable!!
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@WorDazza (10106)
• Manchester, England
5 Feb 16
@vandana7 Maybe the police at the scene didn't intervene for that reason but nothing can excuse the attitude of the police at the station where the girl tried to report the incident.
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@amnabas (10282)
• Karachi, Pakistan
3 Feb 16
That's really pathetic and strange. When will we become human.
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@vandana7 (64930)
• India
3 Feb 16
I believe in condemning wrong whoever does it. This is wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong...what sort of bringing up is that!
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@Marcyaz (35670)
• United States
3 Feb 16
I would not want to be a tourist there with the women being treated like that.
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@vandana7 (64930)
• India
3 Feb 16
I perfectly understand those sentiments. In fact, it would be nice if all countries decided to do that for an year. Indian government would come to its senses when it is short of monies and immediately amend laws where they need to be amended.
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• India
6 Feb 16
@vandana7 You put just all the onus on governments.... some things cannot be taught by umpteen numbers of laws .
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@vandana7 (64930)
• India
6 Feb 16
@hora_fugit ..They can. I want laws which state that parents will have to forego some properties if their son or daughter misbehaves. That is all...you will see how well behaved people turn out in this country.
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@artemeis (4017)
• China
5 Feb 16
I just have to blame the law enforcement of the city when their responsibility was to prevent civilians uninvolved with the earlier incident and do not have the authority from taking the law into their own hands. How could they (police) be one of them amongst the crowd? I simply cannot understand nor accept any explanations here. I don't think any of them had any idea what they were doing and sadly these people who had beaten up the Tanzanian girl will not be arrested and held accountable for the assault. This is just awful and if this is how incapable the law of India is, then I can only anticipate the worse in time to come for the country, I cannot imagine how and what the Indians in Tanzania will be receiving as a backlash.
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@vandana7 (64930)
• India
6 Feb 16
Oh but human rights organizations will turn a Nelson's eye to this one. They are only interested in human rights of the person who does the crime, and not of those didn't.
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@artemeis (4017)
• China
8 Feb 16
@vandana7 The Human Rights Organization is literally a joke as far as many are concern, it has to this day neither educated or liberated any one to motivate a proactive support. Just a bunch of useless empty vessels that just know how to make noise only. So don't expect any thing good or great to come out from this good for nothing organization.
@vandana7 (64930)
• India
8 Feb 16
@artemeis I find it strange that it feels more concerned about human rights of those who wronged than the one who has been wronged.
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@pgiblett (6595)
• Canada
5 Feb 16
The worst aspect of this is the police standing there and watching, they should have taken action to stop it.
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@pgiblett (6595)
• Canada
7 Feb 16
@vandana7 I accept what you are saying, but it is a matter of optics, whatever their specialist skills it should be part of their basic training.
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@vandana7 (64930)
• India
7 Feb 16
@pgiblett ..It is not out here ..:( They are not trained for anything except how to monitor and manage proper traffic, and report vehicle numbers. They can at the most call the police control room, which is what they did in all probability.
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@pgiblett (6595)
• Canada
7 Feb 16
@vandana7 In most countries all police officers are taught all the basics of protecting citizens and stopping crime before they are let out onto the streets.
@Daljinder (21544)
• India
5 Feb 16
I feel sick. My stomach is literally getting.....ugh!! I don't even have the right sentiment to express right now.
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@vandana7 (64930)
• India
6 Feb 16
That is Bangalore. The software center of the country. Crowd there is supposed to be elite, and educated, right. You can imagine what type of bringing up is going on in this country.
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@Daljinder (21544)
• India
6 Feb 16
@vandana7 THAT is what irks me the MOST. Well educated people are the worst kind in our country. They should know better but no.
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@vandana7 (64930)
• India
7 Feb 16
@Daljinder ..Me too sweetie...me too.
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@hora_fugit (5442)
• India
6 Feb 16
Being hit money-wise or not, it's shameful... disgraceful. Read your comments down the line, and agree that this city is behaving weirdly for some time. Not with foreigners only but in many other areas. And you know what, it all started with trying to preserve the local 'culture'! This is how one loses the sight.
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@vandana7 (64930)
• India
7 Feb 16
Funnily, Mumbai is not far behind, and I am left to wonder how dance bars are "our culture".
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@aju007 (1470)
• Thiruvananthapuram, India
3 Feb 16
Thats so awful and pathetic. I cant believe people just do this! It is this kind of people who ruin the name of our country. Even she had done anything who gave them the right yo do this. The ones who should prevent this from happening, the Police! Just stood there and watched this crap happening infront of them? Really pathetic.
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@vandana7 (64930)
• India
3 Feb 16
Makes me feel so ashamed. :(
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@karjatwala (1135)
• Pune, India
16 Apr 16
The only thing that needs changed is the laws, ones which are a deterrent for anyone from committing a crime be it large or small.
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