Metro Flash Mob: "Please Mend the Gap"

On March 29, 2011, Dharini Bhaskar was harassed and assaulted while taking the yellow metro line in New Delhi. And although she filed a police report and informed the metro officials of the incident, the alleged assailant got away scott-free. As a form of protest, Dharini and friends decided to stage a flash mob to emphasize the gender gap prevalent in public spaces.

 
Last Updated: Wednesday 24 June 2015 | 16:58:07 PM

On March 29, 2011, Dharini Bhaskar was harassed and assaulted while taking the yellow metro line in New Delhi. And although she filed a police report and informed the metro officials of the incident, the alleged assailant got away scott-free. As a form of protest, Dharini and friends decided to stage a flash mob to emphasize the gender gap prevalent in public spaces.

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