The incident that is happening…

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The son of an IAS Officer, Akhil Shrivastav, was found involved in a hit and run case. While driving in the wee hours of the morning, he ran over two beggers who were sleeping on the footpath. Much like the Salman Khan case. A police constable, Parkar, was on the site and was the prime witness to this case. According to the constable, Akhil was accompanied by a pilot whose name is undisclosed due to some reasons. They were taken to the nearest police station the next morning and were tested for influence of alcohol. The duo claimed that they were frightened and did not know what to do, and hence fled away. A drug test was also done with their blood sample for which a doctor, Dr. Saxena, was called in. As per information received, the pilot was drunk. However, Akhil, the son of the IAS officer, who was driving at the time, was not found to be under the influence of alcohol. Both of their blood did not contain traces of drug use, as reported by a PhD student, Dr. Joshi, working with the Dr. Saxena, who examined the blood samples. The court ordered their hearing on 2nd August. The Inspector of the police station, Inspector Gaitonde, where the case was registered along with the constable Parkar, who was the prime witness for the case were called in by the Judge, Justice Khanna. The Dr. Saxena and the Dr. Joshi were also to be present for the hearing.
Akhil is booked under death due to negligence and rash driving and sentenced under a non-bailable offence with a 5 year imprisonment. The pilot is left with no charges.

Note: All the characters cited in the above write up are fictitious. They are all a figment of my imagination. This write up, however, is not about the figments of my imagination, but that of the readers. This write up wants to bring forth how the shaping of the society has been done, and questions the very base of our thought process while reading, by challenging our very own existence as man and woman. All the characters in the write up, except the son of the IAS officer, much unlike what you imagined; are women. Women who have worked hard to achieve where they are now. Indeed for that they had to work even harder than their male counterparts. Yet they don’t even occur in your thoughts? This is happening now…

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