"We are not prostitutes, we are not drug addicts," Say Malad Sisters

Their walk grabbed a lot of attention!

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Two girls walked the streets of Mumbai (India) holding a poster saying, "Neither we are prostitutes, nor are we drug addicts." 23-year-old Shivangi Sule and her 21-year-old sister, Samira left their parents residence which is in Malad to live independently.

The siblings walked from Bombay High Court to Marine Drive holding the placard. Many passersby watched their walk.

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Sule sisters are looking for justice.

Sule sisters are looking for justice.

On December 24, 2016, the Sule sisters were locked by their parents and were tortured by them. They both were rescued by Dr Sunil Kulkarni, the founder of Shifu Sanskriti and their friends.

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The police did not help the girls.

The police did not help the girls.
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When the girls went to seek help from the police, they refused to file a complaint against their parents. They even taught them a lesson of morality.

Girls' parents also went to police.

Girls' parents also went to police.
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The Sules also went to the police and claimed that the founder of Shifu Sanskriti was running an illegal sex and drug racket and they also said that their daughters have been trapped by him.

High Court has slammed the Mumbai police.

High Court has slammed the Mumbai police.
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Mumbai High Court has asked the police to take serious actions against the girl's parents and also ordered a strict action against Kulkarni.

Sule sisters are looking for justice.

Sule sisters are looking for justice.
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The sisters have defended Shifu Sanskriti and are looking for justice from Mumbai High Court. The girls just want an independent life.

That's all, folks!