Girls Assault Jeans Worked Indian science Students
Assault incidents are increasing in India. The Government seems helpless against rising number of assault violence. Observing this non seriousness of the Government, the Indian citizens are thinking methods to prevent rape cases. Two girls, Diksha Pathak, 21 years old and Anjali Srivastava, 23 years old, have made an anti assault jeans that can save girls from such cases.
The girls belong to India’s northern Varanasi. They are the students of science and electronics. They have installed an electronic device inside the jeans. When it is pressed, it informs the nearest police station. With the help of tracking system installed in the device, the police will locate the victim in no time.
Two hundred police stations have been provided with this technology and the special jeans is being tested on experimental basis. According to Diksha Pathak, her parents were worried about her due to increasing number of assault violence in india.
So, she worked on her project and succeeded in making anti assault jeans for her protection as well as for Indian girls’ protection. The jeans is not very expensive. It is available only in Rs. 200 only.