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Women chases assaulter, kicks him on face
When one take a stand for herself, then others also fight for her. Same thing was witnessed in Bangalore when a women taught a good lesson to a person who was allegedly harassing her, when she was doing morning walk.

Veena Ashiya Chindlur, the lady was on her routine walk through Jayanagar's Seventh Block on Friday morning. This 30 year old men whose name is reportedly K R Suryaprakash started harassing her and then instead of ignoring thing she decided to take a stand for herself.

She chased him and made him to kneel on the ground as she kicked him hard. The whole scene was filmed by a friend. The assaulter didn't retaliate and rather shielded himself from the blow, and apologized to her. After 40 minutes Mrs. Chindlur reported the incident to the police, who later tracked the accused and arrested him.

"Around 9.30 am my friend and I were jogging when he made strange noises and eve-teased me (an Indian term for public sexual harassment or molestation)," Ms Chindlur told the Bangalore Mirror.

"I tried to scare him by running after him. He tried to flee, but I chased him and hit him. However, he managed to escape," said Ms Chindlur.

She posted the whole footage on social networking site with a message, "I am posting this video for women to know that change will happen only when we want it to happen!"

The accused Suryaprakash was arrested under the charges of outraging the modesty of a woman and was let off on bail later.

Seems like Mrs. Chindlur has set an example for all the women who prefer to maintain silence when such incidents happen.

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