Another lady professional caught for drunk driving, corporate culture to blame   no comments

Posted at 12:39 am in cars,vehicle

The media reported that another lady professional Janhavi Gadkar, a corporate lawyer in Reliance, was involved in a drunk driving incident in mumbai which resulted in the death of two people. A similar accident in Goa was reported in this blog some time ago in July 2014. It reflects poorly on the corporate culture in india that women are expected to drink at parties, if they wish to rise up the corporate ladder quickly.

Till a few decades ago, women who would drink in public were frowned upon in india, it was not a part of indian culture . Women who are traditional and do not drink or party are labelled as ” behenji” and are expected to play second fiddle to mediocre incompetent westernized women who drink and have many boyfriends. Now if a woman is ambitious she will be forced to compromise and conform to the norms of drink, socializing or will be brutally side tracked and defamed.

There is also a lot of pressure on women to drive their own vehicles, in fact increasingly driving a vehicle has become essential for getting a job, based on ads. Many women who are short find it difficult to operate vehicles which are designed for men. If they find it difficult to drive a vehicle, they should not be forced to drive due to corporate culture or peer pressure. For example the fraud top officials in the indian internet sector and brands in India allegedly including Google, Tata, Paypal, Samsung are falsely claiming that the goan call girls cheater sidhi mandrekar, bsc sunaina, brahmin cheaters nayanshree hathwar, riddhi and others ,own this blog, to allegedly give these call girls, cheaters permanent jobs allegedly in R&AW, when actually these women do not spend a single paisa on the website expenses, because of the lifestyle . Why is the competence of a woman linked to her drinking, driving and socializing skills, instead of her professional capabilities,

However, many young women like janhavi gadkar, shobhika gaur lose control under the influence of alchohol resulting in horrific accidents. Hence it is important to review the corporate culture in India which forced women to drink at parties, drive their cars, when they cannot do so efficiently

Written by ydpa on June 12th, 2015

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