In Mumbai, the city of Malad is said to be known for its posh locality and people living in this area are generally said to have belief in independent living. We bring to you an incident from Malad, where two girls of the area have started to walk the stress of Mumbai. Let’s know about the whole story. A 23 years old girl Shivangi Sule and her sister Samira, 21 years old were seen walking the street of Mumbai holding a poster saying, “we neither are prostitutes nor drug addicts.”
The two sisters live independently in Mumbai and have left their parents residence in Malad. The two young sisters have walked all the way from the Bombay High Court to Marine Drive holding the saying in the poster, being in the notice of many passengers looking at them during the march. The girls are said to be looking for Justice asking to save them for their parents. What made them do so might be the thing popping in your head for now. Well, On 24th December 2016, the both sisters were locked inside the house by their parents and were further tortured badly.
The two sisters say,” We are not prostitutes, we are not drug addicts”.
The two sisters were rescued by Dr. Sunil Kulkarni who was the founder of Shifu Sanskrit and their friends. After this incident, the girls immediately went to the police station seeking help from the police but they were disappointed as the Police did not help them. The police refused to file a complaint against the parents and in fact started to teach the lesson of morality to the girls. Later which, the parents of both the sisters also gone to the Police where they claimed that the founder of Shifu Sanskrit, Dr. Sunil Kulkarni was running an illegal sex and drug racket and they are worried claiming their daughters have been trapped by him.
On presenting the entire matter at the Mumbai High court, the court has slammed the police and has ordered to look into the matter seriously and there is truth in the matter, a strict action against Dr. Sunil has also been ordered by the Court. The two sisters have defended the doctor in the court and said that they want justice and are looking for it.