No cops in sight at KBS

Published: 24th December 2012 09:43 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th December 2012 09:43 AM   |  A+A-

It was 10 pm I when arrived at the bustling City Railway Station. But when I entered the subway that connects the station to Majestic, I was in a state of fear with many people staring at me and a few wanting to brush against me.

Though the subway was well-lit, it was scary with only a few people around. I was relieved when I reached the Kempegowda Bus Station, which witnesses 2 lakh footfalls a day, as there were many people. A few buses were plying, but there were hardly any women.

My next stop was the poorly-lit KSRTC Bus Stand, where there were only a few people. Outside, auto drivers asked me whether I wanted a lift. But I was too scared to hire an auto. Though there was a police station, there was no policeman.

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