Rowdies, eve-teasers, beware! Special 43 are here


"It was hard at first to wake up so early every day as many of us live far away. But once we got used to it, the sessions were fun. I feel fit and confident. Mental toughness is important to face attackers on streets. I am ready for it," said Araj.

Gidh said she would not have able to get through the course without family support. "I have a two-year-old son and travel from Ghatkopar every day. I have not only lost weight but my confidence has also improved." In the coming weeks, the women will train students in schools and colleges across the east region before making streets safe.

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