Date: 08/09/2014

Upon reading the following we feel sad since in OUR culture and civilisation women are respected and girls are often referred to as "devis".

So WHO has ruined our culture, manhood and honour that we cannot protect our daughters and sisters? Why is the world being told that there is a rape every 21 minutes in Bharat?

Obviously what is happening there does not make us proud and does not project India as a safe & civilised country for anyone, especially women.

Two components of Bharat's population are "rubbish" with respect to women's dignity and honour. It is not difficult to guess who they are. Let us put pc (political correctness) aside and NAME them!

First is the ITALIAN Mafia known for abduction, corruption and rape. Bollywood "Khans" are their biggest allies.

Second is ISLAM where women are considered mere objects and their rape, abduction, seduction and even SALE is no big news. The rape of 1400 minor girls in Rotherham, England, the abduction of over 300 school girls in Nigeria by "Boko Harami", and the abduction, rape and SALE of Yazidi women in Northern Irak has drawn NO condemnation in any Islamic Republic!

Both Italy and Islam are FOREIGN to Bharat like the stones in stomach even if they have a nose, two hands and two ears each, and look like us!

The FACT is that they have NO love lost for the soil and people of Bharat (Recall Partition! Recall Bofors commission!) and are only out to loot, convert, seduce, rape and kill.

Ultimately, the onus falls on the HINDUS to sweep the ideological filth away from our sacred land, remove the fear of Italy, and the terror of Islam, from our minds, and defend our culture and moral values ourselves.

After that we shall read, "Bharat is the safest country for women on earth. They can move about safely even if they are alone out in the street or on the beach."

This objective is attainable. INSPIRE the shy Hindu organisations like the RSS, VHP and Bajrang Dal to act bold, be seen in the open, dominate their "dharti" (territory), throw the gauntlet to our ideological enemies, and "go" for it.

Hindus cannot be second to anyone in Hindusthan! New Constitution for Hindu Rashtra will ensure that the Hindu is safe in Srinagar, the Temples are safe, our religious processions are safe from attacks, and girls are treated like sisters or daughters across Hindusthan.

8 Sep 14

Advice by British authorities to women tourists in India:

Safety and security
Women should use caution when travelling in India. Reported cases of sexual assault against women and young girls are increasing; recent sexual attacks against female visitors in tourist areas and cities show that foreign women are also at risk. British women have been the victims of sexual assault in Goa, Delhi, Bangalore and Rajasthan and women travellers often receive unwanted attention in the form of verbal and physical harassment by individuals or groups of men. Serious sexual attacks involving Polish, German and Danish women travellers have been reported so far in 2014. Women travellers should exercise caution when travelling in India even if they are travelling in a group.

If you are a woman travelling in India you should respect local dress codes and customs and avoid isolated areas, including beaches, when alone at any time of day. See these travel tips for women travellers.

Avoid travelling alone on public transport, or in taxis or auto-rickshaws, especially at night. If you have to use a taxi get them from hotel taxi ranks and use pre-paid taxis at airports. Try to avoid hailing taxis on the street. If you’re being collected at the airport by a hotel driver make sure they have properly identified themselves before you set off. If you are the victim of abuse call 100 for police assistance (112 from mobile phones).

If you are the victim of a sex crime see Rape and Sexual Assault Abroad.

Take care of your passport and bank cards, particularly when travelling by bus and train. Do not leave your luggage unattended on trains at all. There has been an increase in handbag snatching in Delhi.

Keep a photocopy of your passport, Indian visa and flight ticket separately from the originals when travelling. If your passport is lost or stolen notify the police immediately and obtain a police report.

Be wary of confidence tricksters, particularly in Goa, Agra and Jaipur, who promise large amounts of cash for delivery of jewellery abroad in return for an initial deposit. The jewellery is worthless and the deposit, often amounting to thousands of pounds, is lost.