The news of Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) appointing a woman driver named V. Saritha has been making rounds these days. And the news is that she is the first ‘woman’ driver of DTC. Prior to this, uncountable number of men have applied for jobs, got them and toiled to drive the buses. But accolades? None; however, one woman joins and it becomes the talk of the town. Keeping this example aside, lets more forward.
Oppression of men is ancient and a chronic social disease which has plagued societies since millennia. However, it has never been much of a concern because inherently men are protectors and feel glorified in protecting others, especially women, by sacrificing their own lives. Even though men are marvelous and have created wonders through innovations, discoveries and scientific application of thought, yet they somehow always feel like taking certification from women even when it is not required.