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Young Indian girls design jeans to protect women from rape

ANI | 27 Jun 2014, 05:18 am
Varanasi, June 26 (ANI): Two young Indian engineering students have designed a jeans fitted with a walkie-talkie in an attempt to prevent rapes and other crimes against women. The jeans, the brainchild of Diksha Pathak and Anjali Srivastava, will alert the police or a guardian by a mere press of a button in case a woman senses any threat. Pathak and Srivastava, who hail from the temple town Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh where crimes against women have been rising, created the device in order to help women safeguard themselves if faced with an untoward situation. In case of unavailability of network, or if the dialled number is unreachable, the call will automatically divert itself to police's helpline number.

Young Indian girls design jeans to protect women from rape

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