Out of many countries in the world, India is the one where women safety is probably the most talked about topic on the Internet. And there hasn't been a single day when we don't hear/read/watch news about misbehave, molestation, sexual harassment, rape, murder etc. These all are terrible signs to prove how unsafe our country is, for women.
And with time, we have seen that girls/women are coming up to share their stories on social media platforms so that it spreads awareness among all and wrongdoers get the punishment.
While women around the world are uniting with the hashtag #MeToo, today I reached Mumbai based content company Storified's founder Aakanksha Sadekar who shared her recent story on Facebook describing how she encountered a misbehaving OLA driver.
Of course, every company aims to give their users the best service and cases like this ruin the image of the service provider. Aakanksha also said OLA has been extremely helpful for her all these years but this situation was something she never expected to happen.
Driver like this ruins the image and dignity of whole 6,000 staffs who work under OLA. The company should strictly punish the staffs who don't believe in 'work is worship.'