Woman Protesting Hyderabad Rape and Murder Questions Society's Mindset, Says 'I Don't Want Man to Safeguard Me' (Watch Video)
Woman protester (Photo Credits: Natasha نتاشا Twitter)

The recent cases of rape have once again stirred anger among people of the country. Following the rape and murder of a 26-year-old veterinarian in Hyderabad, a number of protests were witnessed at various locations. Protestors carried placards and shouted slogans against the security system and patriarchal mindset of the society. Demanding justice for the woman, people questioned why a woman couldn't be safe at out in the night. Meanwhile, a video of a protestor talking about the society's set thought process has gone viral on social media. She questions why women are asked to stay at home while regressive men who cause such brutality are let free. Hyderabad Vet Rape and Murder Case: Victim's Name Trends on Porn Websites in India and Pakistan.

A Twitter user Natasha shared the video on Twitter with the caption, "This is the voice of the women of India. 'I don't want man to safeguard me. I want to say, 'you are the cause of the problem. You stay behind. Let the world be free.' How long can we continue ignoring her?" Hyderabad Vet Rape & Murder Case: Hema Malini Says 'Rapists Should Be Kept in Jail Permanently'.

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As the video went viral, varying opinions filled the comments section. One comment read, "Capital punishment for all rape and murder combined cases." Another reads, "Yes I agree. All Indian women should be as strong as her! After all we are a country who gave birth to Jansi kids rani! Today all women need to be her!" In the comments section, Natasha added, "She certainly is right. That statement comes from a place of deep pain and anger."

The rape and murder sparked protests across the country. Delhi Commission for Woman chief Swati Maliwali wrote to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding that all therapists be hanged within six months of their conviction. She also demanded an increase in police resources across the country.