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    Angry Horror @ Manesar, Sector 8 Area, Gurgaon

    It is a blog post, I read today, just want to share it & want to know, what can be done.

    I know most of us can do nothing.
    We never see our real face

    It's only images or reflection what we see.

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    I am in dilemma if I should forget it or let it affect me as a human. I wanted to share, one of the worst experience of my life, the very day it happened but I had no words for initial few days. May be because this time, I was not going to talk about something I read somewhere. Rather about something that keep happening, I keep reading, but for the first time, I saw happening in front of my naked eyes. And here I am. Still fazed with the experience and unable to forget those horrified faces. They were fearing the worse. And trust me it wasn’t DEATH.

    On Sunday, Sept 17th, 2013, I had to appear for an interview @ HCL Technologies, Manesar office. From Huda City Center Metro Station, I reserved an auto (to and fro). I had to book it for returning considering the unavailability of transport. I knew it was far from Gurgaon but never realized this far. It took me around 1 Hr 10 Minutes to reach the venue. By then the distance and the fact that I just can’t relocate to this place made me think even if I want this job or not?

    Anyways, I reached HCL, and found the interview panel was not available. They could not make it, and thus, all the interviews happened via phone. This reason was enough for frustration but one can’t do anything. There were around 17 candidates, and among them, were 3 friends. A boy and two girls. One of the girl and the guy were couple. As I found them enjoying the company, teasing each other and at the same time, talking serious matters like, if you get this job, we can talk to our parents etc. Moreover, they looked like one happy couple.

    After 2 hour, interviews got over as nothing actually happened. They gave us a sheet to fill in our personal details and told us, our “next” round will be phonic. Dejected, we all left the building. I took my auto and moved towards Huda City Center, Metro station again. Or should I say, towards the horrible fate I didn’t imagined even in my nightmare.

    My auto driver took a different route this time through a dirt track with empty dry fields around and no one visible. But blurry flyover was visible. After moving ahead for few minutes, we saw two Qualis and kept moving. The moment we were about to cross the cars, few people jumped in front, forcing us to stop. They were around 15-20, drunk and holding knives, spear, and sickle. 4-5 people came to us, slapped my auto driver, and pulled him out and few others came and started pushing the auto. I was in fear and tried to move out but one of them shouted,
    “Bhaiya chup chaap andar baithe raho. Gaadi mei aag bhi lag jaye to bhi bahar mat nikalna”.

    But he was soon instructed by another to spare me as this has got nothing to do with me. They attacked the driver with knives and spear on his back and hands. He was continuously pleading,
    “Bhaiya, hum ye savari yahan se lekar nahi ja rahe, hum inko metro station se lekar aaye the aur inhone hi wapus sath jane ke liye bhi book kar liya tha”.

    After some regular slaps, punches and spears, they turned to me and asked if he is telling the truth. I told them yes, I booked the auto for returning too. I came here for interview at HCL, and asked him to wait for me for 3 hours. After listening to me, the person talking to me, turned a little polite, and told the driver to leave asap. But then suddenly, one person, clad in torn t-shirt and pajama, in no senses shouted that they are not going to just let us go. They caught us after a long wait, and must not miss this chance to teach these outsider auto drivers a lesson. And it all started again. The driver was too much in pain. He was shivering like anything. And I was still scared. But watching him like this, was like coming face to face to the coward inside me. I came out of the auto and tried to stop them. I told them that it was me who brought him here so please let him go. He won’t repeat it. You can take our money. And “money” turned out to be the last word I uttered in favor of my driver. The next thing I saw was a knife on my face followed by a red eyed instruction to keep quite and do what I am told. I backed out of fear. I never saw anything like this ever. Not even in Jharkhand where I grew up. For me, this was indeed the worst ever experience.

    WORST EVER? REALLY? May be it was worst in its own way, but what I saw next was something completely a horror and a complete shame.
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    So far, I didn’t noticed, but they had also stopped another auto, which was not visible due to the sudden attack and cars hiding them from my sight. That auto was carrying those 3 friends I saw @HCL for interview. A couple and another girl. Their driver was near to unconscious and the male friend among them, was sitting outside with his hands tied with some scars on his face. The driver’s back was red because of the blood. Around 7-8 people circled the auto and were verbally abusing them. What I heard is as following:


    - Darr lag raha hai. Ladko se darr lagta hai. Tum do ladkiyan ek ladke ke sath, hum 15 log do ke sath kyu nahi ho sakte


    - Arre nahi yar, abhi wo gangrape ka faisla aaya hai na, maut ki saza mili hai sabko. Hum logo ko bhi mil jayegi.


    - Jab milegi tab dekh lenge. Lekin humein maut ki saza nahi milegi, hum log normal rape karenge na. Waisa wala nahi… wo to janwar karte hai.


    - To kahan lekar chale inko, yehi dekhein inko?…dekh sakte hai na…ae madam…choli ke peeche kya hai …. dikhaogi ya hum khud dekhein???


    - Yar inki marzi bhi to jaan lo … kya pata rape karne ki zaroorat na pade


    I was shocked. I always read about rapes and felt the anger inside me. But though it was a verbal abuse and not a “RAPE” (I hardly see a difference), my anger was masked by fear. Are they going to commit it? God please No. And their local accent made it sound like they WILL do it. I got scared. Very scared. I wanted to kill them but my fear overpowered my anger. Then I realized I was not afraid of myself anymore. Because suddenly my problems, being stranded in the middle of nowhere with my driver beaten up and in blood, seemed nothing in front of the girls facing those words. I tried to look at them clearly but could not. Thus, I came out of my auto, slowly and saw them. The two girls were sitting inside holding each other and silent out of fear. One of the two girls was hiding her face behind her friend’s arm. She was shivering. The other one, looked as if she was praying and just looking at them for mercy. And those assholes were treating them like some animal in cage. I didn’t uttered a word because so far they were limit to verbal. None was trying to harm them physically. And may be even the girls were not uttering a word because god knows how they are going to react to any kind of request or protest?


    I was standing behind them, and suddenly one of them tried to get inside. And the very moment, out of fearing what might happen next, I asked them to leave them alone as they have issues with the drivers and not the passengers. And this was the last words that came out of me. The guy trying to get inside, instead got out and rushed towards me with his sickle. I moved back, but of no use. He put his sickle around my neck, grabbed my hand and said,


    “Yahan bus tu hi hai jo wo nhi kar raha jo hum keh rahe hai. baithne ko kahan to chup chap baitho. Mooh khologe to bolne layak nahi bachoge.”


    I wasn’t scared of what he said but rather of the thing that was around my neck. Everything happening was something I always read about or saw in movies and never faced it. Somethings (like facing someone holding a knife etc) were not a big deal and I always believed I can handle them until it turns out to be a bigger deal. And something already a big deal, got bigger. Those girls must have seen a hope when I spoke but soon must also have realized it was momentary. That moment, when I saw them, before getting inside my auto, I felt, they were not fearing Death. Not at all. But what they are fearing, was lot bigger than anything I have ever seen in my entire life. I felt ashamed of myself. There are MEN who were threatening them to rape, and there were MEN who weren’t threatening them but could not even help either. That moment also reminded me of NIRBHAYA, what she must have gone through, and her friend, who will live his life with a bitter truth that he was suppose to save her but he was no superman. They were more than enough to handle. I wonder if any brother, father, friend, and a good person can ever save any girl surrounded by so many people, in this state of mind when they are drunk, full of weapons, roaming around in groups, and UNEDUCATED shouting WE ARE THE SYSTEM. No one can and may be that’s why system is built. And that day it was a reminder, how broken our system is?


    I was in my auto, wishing to end this as soon as possible. Then suddenly, one of the attackers screamed to lets go to “JAGGI DA DHABA”. All gathered together, discussed something, and asked my auto driver to take his auto with them. They instructed all four of us (2 girls, their friend, and me) to get inside the other auto and took us to main road. One of their car was following the auto we were in and the other car took the auto, I reserved, with them. They vanished as soon as we reached main road. There, they arranged another auto for us and asked him to drop as @ MG Road Metro station.


    We all felt safe by then. But I was worried about the auto driver. I remembered his number and had his phone number with me. I took out my phone to call police. But the driver of our current auto, saw me and requested me to not make any calls until we leave his auto. On our way back to metro station, I saw one of the girl’s nose was bleeding. May be because of panic. The other girl who so far held herself so strongly, looked as if she so want to cry out loud. I offer her my handkerchief to wipe out the blood coming out of her friend’s nose. But the moment I gave it to her, she held my hand tightly and started crying. She asked me to drop her till Rohini as her male friend was also beaten up and the other girl was not completely fine. I assured her I will.


    At metro station, I called 100, told them what happened and gave whatever details I had. I don’t know if they would have taken any steps or not. Inside metro, I called my auto driver, to check on him. They left both the auto drivers. But took their money and damaged their auto rickshaw. He asked me if I was safe or not, and inquired about the girls. He also told me to please take them to their home as they have just faced a traumatic incident and may need help.


    After leaving them at Rohini, I returned back. Back to my “NORMAL” life. huh!
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    I feel sad, ashamed, scared, rotten and hopeless after reading your 'story'. We have all faced such incidents in some way or another. And I am sure most of us will start sharing them as the thread progresses.

    Since I live in NCR and have been born and brought up here, a few tips or info:-
    1. Delhi itself is not safe. At night time you would rarely find street lights working, police protection. You might find checkpoints or PCR vans near connaught place or ITO or any other VIP areas. Hence, men/women try avoiding Delhi itself.

    Now noida/ghaziabad/gurgaon/manesar as you can imagine are civilized jungles. Only god can save if you're stuck in a situation as was yours.

    2. The reason of this fiasco was simple. Auto rickshaw nexus is a huge issue in regions neighboring Delhi. There are no set unions or auto rickshaw center. So there are groups of auto owners (mafia) that have their own special zones. To gather more money, some try to move out of their 'zones' and venture their business outside. Then they are welcomed with sticks and stones and whatever comes along with it.

    3. Metro might be reaching new ground, but it hardly helps the transport or protection issue of travelling. Due to the economy crumble, job issues etc. people are coming in huge numbers to Delhi and well, we have our own resident population issue as well here. Then we try to travel 25/40 kms one way everyday for our work. Somethings bound to go wrong.

    BTW I am from HCL as well. Pathetic company. No management, no ethics/policies, HRs are non existent etc etc. And this is not me speaking. I might be a failure, but ask anyone whose spent more than 2/3 years here, you'll hear an earful.

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    Dear Sept, 17th 2013 is not Sunday. Its Tuesday and it is TODAY. I can't believe that all this happen to you.
    Coz any person who just went through this tragedy can't write here after a few hours..
    It can't be possible

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    somehow couldn't convince me that it really happened...date is wrong...today is 17th sep'13....secondly when you call 100 they take down all the details and send a pcr to the location and take the statement...
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    Well i put it here as i feel the matter is worth a discussion. if we don't go in technicalities.

    it was not my story. it was a blog that i read. and just put here to know what other can feel and do about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 007RIKY View Post
    Well i put it here as i feel the matter is worth a discussion. if we don't go in technicalities.

    it was not my story. it was a blog that i read. and just put here to know what other can feel and do about it.
    incidence of violence are always very high in delhi ncr but there people don't beat up autowallas just because they have come from different states...also a bunch of guys in cars won't target autowallas unless its a case of road rage or they are teasing a girl commuting in that auto...if the location of incident was somewhere in mumbai it would have been more convincing because of shivsena and mns...

    it might be just a story written by someone...
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    I guess this mail was doing rounds sometime back.......someone has changed the date and put it on the blog again.........and as Ricky said.....its worth a discussion......these things do happen ........

    Personally speaking.......I was in Gurgaon couple of yrs back.....stayed near huda city circle I guess.....I felt place is quite safe.....
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    bhailog jats ke pass bahut paisa aa gaya gai by selling their properties...
    what they do now...induldge in criminal activities...
    its a shame of horror for the NCR

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    Quote Originally Posted by invincible07 View Post
    incidence of violence are always very high in delhi ncr but there people don't beat up autowallas just because they have come from different states...also a bunch of guys in cars won't target autowallas unless its a case of road rage or they are teasing a girl commuting in that auto...if the location of incident was somewhere in mumbai it would have been more convincing because of shivsena and mns...

    it might be just a story written by someone...
    might be, but we can not ignore it's happening, it could be with anyone, you me or someone else. Just need to know what can be done in such situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 007RIKY View Post
    might be, but we can not ignore it's happening, it could be with anyone, you me or someone else. Just need to know what can be done in such situation.

    nothing can be done in such situation riks...15 guys with weapons...one should shut up and pray that they will leave you alone...bravery in such scenarios will do more harm than good...but situation will become very troubling if girls are also involved like in this case...what will one do..???
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    Merinews managed to talk to the blogger and here is the Link of the article check HERE >>>
    http://www.merinews.com/article/what...15890319.shtml

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    Safety is a state of mind.

    Taala laga hua he toh safe... how funny...

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