[AI] How self defence training helps blind girl in Mumbai

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Wed Dec 19 03:18:26 EST 2018


right Harish sir!

On 12/19/18, Kotian, H P <hpkotian at rbi.org.in> wrote:
> All
>
> I suppose, this girl should be nominated for bravery. Let us all join to
> make it possible.
> Harish.
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> Subject: [AI] How self defence training helps blind girl in Mumbai
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> A 15-year-old visually-challenged girl got a man, who molested her on a
> local train, arrested. But, this was no plain arrest.
>
>
>  15-year-old visually-challenged girl got a man, who molested her on a
> Mumbai local train, arrested. But, this was no plain arrest. The child,
> trained in self-defence and karate, caught her molester's hand, and twisted
> it till he was forced down to his knees in pain.
>
> The Dadar GRP, which arrested the man, said the girl was on her way home
> with her father on Monday. They took the at 8.15pm fast train to Kalyan from
> Dadar. The girl and her 56-year-old father boarded the compartment reserved
> for differently-abled people. The accused, 24-year-old Vishal Baliram Singh,
> also boarded the compartment. He stood right behind the girl and began
> touching her, said Prasad Pandhare, senior police inspector, Dadar GRP. The
> girl did not panic.
>
> Instead, she turned around and twisted Singh's hand so hard, he screamed.
> This got the attention of other passengers .
>
> The girl confronted him and told her father he was touching her. "Until the
> train reached the next station, Matunga, the girl held Singh - much taller
> than she is - in a tight grip," said Pandhare.
>
> The officer said her technique was so perfect, Singh's fingers would have
> broken if she had not eased her grip soon enough. "She did not seem scared
> at all, and boldly told us to arrest Singh," Pandhare said.
>
> When the train reached Matunga station, the girl's father called GRP
> officers patrolling the platform and handed Singh over. Dadar GRP officers
> arrested Singh for molestation, travelling in the handicap compartment
> illegally and for travelling without a ticket.
>
> Singh, a computer maintenance technician for a private firm, and a resident
> of Mulund, has been remanded in police custody for two days.
>
> We are always easy targets for creeps like Singh," the girl said. "Our
> school teaches us self-defence and karate as part of our curriculum, so we
> can face the world despite our disability. I want the man to suffer, to
> ensure he does not repeat the act with any other 'easy target'," she said.
>
> Source:
> https://www.hindustantimes.noclick_com/mumbai-news/disabled-teen-pins-down-man-who-m
> olested-her-on-mumbai-local-train/story-DQCccJ1Z0ECzvQpaBJ1XOL.html
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