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'Rate kya hai,' Delhi men ask Northeast women in shocking video

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Everyday there are videos posted about women being harassed in India, bringing light to the issues of women's safety in the country. In a recent shocking video, two Northeastern women are harassed on streets in Hauz Khas Village, in Delhi. 

The video shows a group of middle aged men asking 'rate kya hai' (what's your rate) to a group of women, assuming them to be sex workers. 

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Their plight did not end right then, but continued into the night when the women went to a restaurant where another police official intervened, asking them about their destination. The police officer’s repeated question to one of them: “Are you a dancer?”

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The women spoke about about racial and sexual harassment in an Instagram video, justifying why "their sorry means nothing to us."

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