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Thank you very much for all this camping and noise your doing on this topic.
I think it is crucial to talk about it, to concern everyone of what is happening, not only in India, but all over te world.
I'm Gala, from Spain, and I'm really worried about this topic and everything related with the women's rights.
We have to show to everyone that we are strong, that we have the power to change things. This is a big challenge, and I would really like to help you to develop it.
I strongly recommend to change this "dangerous and dark areas" to transitable streets. I think the main solution is in putting connection points, where women use to feel safe. And in my case, I feel safe if I see more women around me, so I feel not alone. For that I recommend to put markets and shops, bus stops and make the area more urban.
It is important not to be alone on the street, so let's fill the streets with people and activities.
And the most important of all? Why to hurt women? What have we done wrong?
With this I'm appealing EDUCATION. Even in "difficult" countries like India, there should be an initiative to concern everyone, men, women, kids and young people about the HUMAN RIGHTS, that men and women deserve, especially women.

Thank you.