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Female Gang In India Operates Dressed In Pink

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Female Gang In India Operates Dressed In Pink

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Female Gang In India Operates Dressed In Pink

Female Gang In India Operates Dressed In Pink

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In India, a group of women dressed in pink are taking the law into their own hands. The female gang was established to force the government and police to clean up their acts. The pink sticks that the women carry are supposed to be for self defense, but the Pink Sari Gang sometimes uses them in anger.

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