Thursday, 18 December 2014

OPEN LETTER TO Narendra Modi, Amitabh Bachchan, Sachin Tendulkar, Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and Anil Ambani, AND OTHERS BY Shenaz Treasury


I completely agree with this woman of our country. Make a bloody sample of such criminals.
 No law can stop these rascals. It is only the public who have to deal with such bas*****. Simple, just eliminate them.  

Dear all, email given below is specially for you.
"Utilise & enjoy your life as it comes with an expiry date".
I pray to God for your good health & happiness.

THIS, what she has written about, is a national shame!! 
Actress Shenaz Treasurywala has written an open letter to Narendra Modi, 
Amitabh BachchanShah Rukh KhanSalman KhanAamir Khan, Anil Ambani appealing against rapes in India. 
Read on:
Dear Narendra Modi, Amitabh Bachchan, Sachin Tendulkar, Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and Anil Ambani,
I am writing to YOU specifically because you are the most powerful and influential MEN in our country.
I am writing to you as a woman who grew up in a middle class family in Mumbai.

I am writing to YOU for HELP!

My parents may not like me saying this. I apologize to them if they are 
reading but this is NOT MY SHAME. It's THIER SHAME.

My first experience with the opposite sex, was when I was just 13 and groped by a man (never saw his face 
but will never forget his hand) while walking in the vegetable market with my mom. She had just given me the worst 
haircut and as an angry teenager I was upset at her and was lagging behind as she walked ahead. I still remember what
 I was wearing. It was her dress, mustard with flowers and little bow in the front. How I hate that dress! As if, it was the dress's fault.

I was shocked at first. Speechless. He disappeared. I just stood there. Tears started pouring out of my 
innocent eyes. I told my mom who went mad screaming in the market but who knew where that man disappeared to.
 I still remember the dirty feeling I had and the number of times I showered in my grand-mom's bathroom after. 
That feeling never went away.

Since then it was non-stop. I would try to articulate this to my parents and while my mom understood, 
my dad and uncles told me I was imagining it. Maybe they just couldn't deal with it. CAN YOU?
When I was 15, I started going by train and bus to St. Xaviers' College. I was groped and touched and from all angles 
and this was just how I grew up. Not Just Me but MOST INDIAN WOMEN who don't have the luxury of cars and drivers.

As a teenager I would dream of and still sometimes dream that I had a machine gun and could kill
 all the men who tried to grope me. A very disturbing dream for a kid, don't you think?

I got my first assignment as a model in the FYJC and I had to go to screen-tests straight from college.
 So I had to dress nice, didn't make it any easier. I specifically remember the time I went for an audition in a red body 
suit and a black long skirt with slits. It was HELL! I never wore that again. As if it was the dress's fault.

I developed ways to defend myself, I always carried a bag in front of me, my fist was always clenched,
 I always turned around every 20 seconds to check who was behind me and a few times I slapped men who touched me,
 I got slapped back many times too. Sometimes saved by the public, MOST TIMES NOT.

My mom begged me not to pick fights with men who touched me, she was afraid of acid being thrown at me or 
that somebody someday would hurt me badly. She is STILL AFRAID and today she told me not to take an
 UBER to my meeting tomorrow. Hell ya. BAN UBER! Make everyone take responsibility for this.

My sister got into Sophia's college, we were all excited. She went by bus but the first day she came home, 
she sobbed traumatized. A man had put his hand in her tee-shirt through her sleeve, the entire bus ride.
 She just froze. She was a kid too and wasn't equipped to even understand this. I was LIVID. I'm sorry sis
 for telling the world this, please don't stop speaking to me. IT'S NOT Our Shame. It's THEIRS!

One of my friends in college was RAPED on the train on her way home in the ladies compartment. 
She was sick and was going home in the 11:15 break. There was nobody in the first class compartment going back to 
Bandra at that time, it was a superfast meaning it didn't stop at most stations. He raped her and then jumped off after
 using her scrunchy (hair tie) to wipe himself. She was the only one on the train and had to limp her
 way back to her home in Bandra, bleeding profusely. She was just 16. This she felt was her shame so she did not say anything to anyone.


My mom accompanied me to Hyderabad on a shoot once. In churi bazaar, a cyclist groped My MOM. My dear respected and lovely MOM.
Sorry Mom, IT'S NOT Our Shame, It's THEIR SHAME.
Why am I telling you my personal story?
Well first I want all women to Speak Up.
Let's make this our MOTTO-
Who are "THEY"?

Not just the rapists and the sexual offenders and gropers but also our Fathers (sorry dad) and Uncles and 
insisting and protesting for the LAWS TO CHANGE and Rapists and Gropers to BE PUNISHED SEVERELY!

Why do we as women have to feel so threatened? WHY has there been no severe action taken? This has gone
 on for years now. Not just in Delhi but all over our country and yes even in BOMBAY OR MUMBAI OR
 Whatever the hell you want to call it! It's NOT SAFE. NO!

My biggest fear ever since I was kid and even today when I walk back home at night from yoga or when I 
take a rickshaw from a friend's home is being RAPED. I still feel that fear. I am still am on guard. 
I still fantasize of having that MACHINE GUN.

In the past 4 years I have been living and working half in India and half in New York and let me tell you I have 
walked the streets of Harlem, the Bronx and Brooklyn (perceived as the most dangerous in NYC) at3am after parties in 
short skirts and felt safer than I feel in Bandra at 10 pm on a quiet road fully covered. WHY??

Let's talk about Delhi our Capital. I was there 2 days ago and the day of the rape. I wanted to go out and 
walk by India Gate and admire our great monuments but could I?! Why??

What good are all your speeches in the US or Japan or AUSTRALIA- NAMO, if no woman can walk freely in the 
streets even in broad daylight by herself in the CAPITAL OF OUR COUNTRY. Isn't this a SHAME? SHAME ON YOU SIR.

This is our NO1 issue. FIX THIS before anything else.
This is a SHAME. And it's YOUR SHAME. You are now RESPONSIBLE FOR US.
I beg all of you fine gentlemen that I have addressed to help change the LAW.
You are powerful men. I say, SHAME and PUNISH THE Gropers and Sexual offenders severely. KILL THE RAPISTS.
I won't ask for public castration which is what I want and all the women want because I know this is
 unrealistic and things move SO DAMN SLOW in our FINE NATION.
All I ask for is the -Death Penalty Please. NOW! QUICK!
If that's too hard or will take too long then at least LIFE IMPRISONMENT.
Put them away forever.
Why was this man who had raped twice before out on bail?
And then given a drivers license? YES, BAN UBER TOO. Make everyone responsible.
I'm ready to do anything. I'm not a big enough celeb but you Sachin Tendulkar, Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, 
Sharukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Anil Ambani SIRS- need to speak up as MEN ( you are the men with the power)
Please demand the Death Sentence for the Rapists.
NO BAIL. Just Death.
Superstars I beg you, please take a stand. Use your Superstardom and Power and MONEY and
 save the women of our country. SAVE US!

I urge you to protest or go on a fast or do something DRASTIC so people take notice, the government wakes up and
 CHANGES the LAW so these men are terrified to touch us.
Death to rapists. No bail. Just death.
Imagine Amitabh Bachchan Sir, Aamir Khan, Salmaan Khan, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Ambani- if you went on a fast or
 walked to the Rashrtrapati In Delhi. If you, took this stand and made this YOUR NO 1 issue, how much change there would be?!
Why should we as women feel so unsafe in our motherland?!
Why should we as women be terrified and on guard all the time.
Why was this man out on bail after committed two rapes already ?
Make an Example Of Him.
Any man who even touches a woman should be imprisoned for life.
Be strict, make examples of these men, scare those who dare to touch us.
SAVE US, Save your mother, daughter, sister please!
Don't sleep till you- SAVE YOUR WOMEN!
With all respect,
Shenaz Treasury
There is  nothing to panic as it seems it is to demean  our political situation by certain lesser determined persons? I don't agree with the statements that this person was groped all the time. there are more  women more beautiful  going to and fro in Bombay or Mumbai with out being groped by any one. I feel ashamed the attitude of pointing at the PM for the sorry state of affairs  that have been brought out by people who r  ruthless in character.  While the situation seems to be very dark but it has to be seen on rational grounds. This happened because we lost our tradition and culture during past few decades aping the west. Our culture teaches to elders, respect women, spread love and affection every where. We are compassionate and caring people with exceptions here and there. Proper counselling and stricter observance of laws with support from fellow citizens who normally turn blind eye to such indecencies and crimes can definitely change the situation.

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'' When people hurt you Over and Over think of them as Sand paper.
They Scratch & hurt you, but in the end you are polished and they are finished. ''
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