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'TOMODACHI': Japanese Woman, Molested In Delhi, Says She Still 'Loves India' - Internet Is Ashamed, Again | India News

‘TOMODACHI’: Japanese Lady, Molested In Delhi, Says She Nonetheless ‘Loves India’ – Web Is Ashamed, Once more | Information

The Japanese girl, who was publically harassed on Holi Day in Delhi’s Paharganj space, has reacted to the incident in a collection of Tweets. Earlier, she had deleted her Tweet together with which she had posted the video. Netizens, together with high celebrities and politicians, have been left outraged after the video displaying the bodily abuse of the ladies went viral on social media. The web demanded strict motion in opposition to the molesters, who in response to them “introduced disgrace to the nation”. Nonetheless, in a shock to many, the Japanese girl deleted the tweet hours after it was posted on-line.

She at the moment described that she was terrified by the excessive variety of reactions and re-tweets acquired on the video. The girl stated that she was “conscious of the hazard concerned for girls on Holi,” and that she participated within the celebrations with 35 of her associates.  “I had heard that it was very harmful for a lady to exit alone through the daytime on the Holi pageant, an Indian pageant that I participated in, so I participated within the occasion with a complete of 35 different associates,” she stated.

In a collection of Tweets, the girl despatched the message that regardless of the horrendous expertise, she loves India for the wonder it provides. Expressing her love for India, she stated, “I like every part about India, I’ve been there many occasions and it’s a fascinating nation. India and Japan will eternally be ‘Tomodachi’ (associates).”

— めぐみこ (@megumiko_india) March 11, 2023


— めぐみこ (@megumiko_india) March 11, 2023

“The police have promised to strengthen their crackdown, and we hope harassment in opposition to girls will lower considerably,” the girl stated. The girl was staying at a resort in Paharganj, nevertheless, she left for Bangladesh on Friday.