[India], Aug 08 (ANI): After recent back-to-back cases of stalking in Chandigarh and then in Mumbai, British-Indian rapper Hard Kaur raised her concern on Tuesday by saying that people need to change their mindset towards women and girls of our country.
While talking to ANI, 38-year-old said, "I think that everybody has gone mad like they have lost respect. We also hear weird comments and we wonder what bad have we done. If everybody has an opinion today then that does not mean that their opinion is correct."
She added that such mentality should be changed.
"The mentality needs to change. Parents need to tell their children that this is wrong. I'm fed up from a lot many things. I can speak a lot but nothing will change until mentality changes. We need to take care of the women of this country. These are your women, mothers, sisters. Why are you insulting us everywhere?"
Amid investigations into the Chandigarh stalking case, a techie has been arrested in Mumbai for allegedly chasing a woman on her way home with her two children, and then ringing her doorbell at 2 am on Sunday night.
Aditi Nagpaul has called the incident shocking and nerve-wracking in a Facebook post in which she has shared photos that she had taken of her stalker, warning people of his "psychotic streak".
The arrested man has been recognized as Nitin Sharma, a software engineer from Malad.
"He didn't have any fear in his eyes, a fear of being captured by security cameras, interrogation by security guards or threats of police! He just hung around coolly in his car long after the incident very comfortable in getting his pictures clicked!" wrote the 34-year-old, who is a wedding planner.(ANI)