U for Uniformed Red Brigade #AtoZChallenge

17 Responses

  1. Rekha says:

    15 to 8000….Kudos! This is the best example of channelizing your anger in the right direction. More and more power to them!
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  2. Shalini says:

    Salute and Respect. We need more women like them! And that definitely is a whooping number. Let it grow more.
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  3. Soumya says:

    15 to 8500? WOW!

    I’m proud of women like them.
    Soumya recently posted…U: Unlearn #AtoZChallengeMy Profile

  4. Esha Dutta says:

    Wow! Women power can achieve so much! Thanks for spreading and sharing such positive stories through your posts. I am enjoying them very much, Parul, coz they’re packed with so much of affirmation and relevance to our everyday world.

  5. Richa says:

    Wow!Women power is all webers today n hats off to the people accelerating it.
    @2richajindal

  6. Tina Basu says:

    Women – more power to women, Nari shakti zindabad!

  7. Bellybytes says:

    More power to you Parul for making us aware of women’s initiatives to help themselves.

  8. Geets says:

    What shocks me or hurts me to be precise is the fact that instead of supporting the woman who were victim to abuse, the family and the society blames things on them. It’s not the wrong doer who is worried about his deeds, but the one innocent one who fell victim to it!

    A brave move indeed!

    Cheers

  9. Kala Ravi says:

    Nari Shakti ko pranaam! This is indeed a great initiative. The best way to combat attack is preparedness and self-defence. I liked that this uniformed brigade visits the accused family and informs them of their misdoings, that is tackling problems at the grassroots. Thanks for this superb post Parul.
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  10. rajlakshmi says:

    this is amazing!! We need women to be trained to handle any situation and kick some ass too.

    A Whimsical Medley
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  11. It is great that this Brigade has received so much support from women. Maybe they could start some basic training workshops for school students, in order to create awareness from a younger age? 🙂

  12. Dashy says:

    Kudos to those bravehearts ! It takes courage to overcome an assault and build a brigade that strong.
    Dashy recently posted…A Solitary EuphoriaMy Profile

  13. Wow! More power to the young girls. Pray they are safe always!

  14. Mabel Kwong says:

    This is such an inspirational story and good on the girls for standing up for themselves, and giving themselves a voice through the Red Brigade. No woman should ever let the perpetrator get the upper hand. “It is about her safety and security.” Exactly. Women should be free to wear what they want, and those around us shouldn’t be so quick to label and judge us for the way we present and carry ourselves – and we could all be more open-minded. Women are just as smart and strong as men, and it is time we have equal rights.

  15. Shilpi says:

    Thanks for sharing info Parul. Your blogs are always full of positivity. Keep spreading it.

  16. More power to them. These brave women are spreading hope of making world a better place for women.
    Thanks for sharing the info Parul:)

  17. Those look like brave young women – I am so impressed and hope they grow stronger and stronger.

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