The Haryana State Commission for Women on Friday sought police action against a middle-aged woman allegedly instigating men to rape women in short dresses after a video of the incident went viral on the social media.
In a letter to the Haryana DGP, the commission sought details of the case and asked the police to book the woman under relevant sections as soon as possible.
“The woman is apparently thrashing and using demeaning language against regular customers of a restaurant and commenting on their (group of girls) attire.
She is seen inciting a sense of hatred towards those girls and specifically referring to men present there that these women who wear short clothes deserved to be raped,” the letter read.
“This is against the human spirit. The indecent remarks in public spaces outrage the modesty of not only the girls present at the restaurant but the entire community,” it further read.
Meanwhile, after being trolled, the woman has uploaded an unconditional apology on Instagram after the video got 1.8 million views.