Hello guys I am feeling so bad to share this story.

But thorough this I want to tell society that it is enough now.

Why government not do anything against those morons

Why these morons are having freedom to do anything with girls

It’s enough now we have to raise our voice Against it.

This is the story of an innocent woman, Nilu, who grew up in a temple after the demise of her parents. She was raped when she was 15, and was left alone by the man after she became pregnant. Getting to know about the pregnancy, the uniformed man fled. At first begging in the temple to feed herself and her infant, she was later sold to a brothel. Having battled an alcohol addiction and been forced to cater to the needs of drunken strangers, she is still hopeful, and anticipates a better life for her child.

The fighter that she is, even after being infected with tuberculosis and HIV, she perfectly sums up the virtues of motherhood and the lengths a mother can go to for the well-being of her child. Speaking with Humans of Bombay, here is what she said:

I grew up in the temple, where the priests told me that my parents died after I was born. I don’t remember seeing them. I became a young mother around the age of 15, after being raped by a uniformed man back in Nepal. I remember playing in the temple with no idea of what is the world when life changed for me. The father of the baby ran away as soon as he discovered that I was with his child. From being a carefree teenager, I began begging in the temple for myself and my daughter we lived on the crumbs and clothes people gave us.

I continued living in the temple and cooking for them in exchange for shelter when I was approached by a man — he used to come regularly to the temple. I was cooking on the chulha one day when he called me and said, ‘If you come with me, I will take you to my sister’s place in India. There won’t be any tension of money then.’ As a scared girl of 16 with a baby, I eagerly nodded my head and followed him blindly, because I was desperate to get my daughter out of the situation we were in. However, after I reached Pune, I realised that I wasn’t going to work as domestic help. The ‘sister’ he had mentioned was a brothel keeper, and I had been sold for Rs 1 lakh. I cried so much that I used to turn red. I refused to work in that trade for the first five months that I was in Pune. I used to be beaten with sticks and slapped until I bled by the agent who bought me. He used to force me to go with a man who repelled me. The man used to drag me and force himself on me.

Soon, this agent sold me to a seth in Bombay for Rs 60,000, as I was too difficult for him to manage. The seth was nice. Once I came to Mumbai, life was pretty different. I started willingly going for the kind of work which I refused earlier, because I had no other way to feed my daughter. I used to leave her with a lady nearby, who I paid Rs 4,000 every month. By this time, I was already infected with TB and HIV. I was a lost and wasted life, when I was young itself.

Nine years in the brothels of Mumbai, numerous fights with the brothel keeper, alcohol addiction, living in deplorable conditions, and entertaining drunk men; I finally chose to leave the area when hope was offered to me by Purnata.

I dream of living with my daughter together someday, who is now in a hostel. Hopefully, I will get a good employment after finishing my training. My life is about her now — I don’t know how long I’ll live, but I want to make sure she’s educated and supports herself. My life has been miserable, but I draw strength and motivation from wanting to raise her well. The strength I’ve had these past few years has been solely because I’m a mother…else I’d have given up long back. But I won’t give up — I’m not ready to let these men, who came night after night to break me. I’m a fighter…I won’t let them win.

Hello everyone. Today my guest is none other than Shriya Jha actress and model .I am really glad that i am going to work with her . Let’s find out more about her today. But at first, let me start with her introduction.

Shriya Jha

Im shriya in mumbai..more than feeling disgusted i feel sad..very sad when i hear about these things..the worst part is that we get to know of such a crime after it is committed and we can do nothing to help prevent it…i wish our laws are made strict for such crimes with no scope for anyone to escape after committing such an act..i wish we all are given sound values from a very young age so that we do not even think of harming or disrespecting women…above everything else we all

Her message to society

Need to stand for ourselves..learn to be independent and strong and learn to raise our voice and not hide in pain or shame..we as a society also need to provide a very strong emotional medical and financial support to the victims and not harass or demean them publicly.

Actually I am the grateful one I got a chance to have this talk with you.

Shriya Jha Di I really feel bad when we hear this bad news.

Our youth should be come in unity and raise their voice against evils then nobody would face these evils in life.

Be strong and keep smiling forever

Definitely i got to know many new things about you today. I wish all the very best in your future endevours. May all your dreams come true. keep inspiring us with your work.

#Respect Girls


#Vishal Ahlawat



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