Manav Singh, a class XII boy of a premier school in Delhi committed suicide in May 2020 following a social media complaint from a girl named Bhavleen Kaur accusing him of molesting her two years ago. The name of the girl is mentioned here because she herself wanted the world to know this and raised this matter on social media without complaining to her parents or police. It is the same reason many women like the Park Street rape victim (?) or even Nirbhaya’s parents, wanted the name of the victims to be out as it is the perpetrator of the crime (read men) should be ashamed and not the girls. As Bhavleen Kaur herself wanted her story to be discussed on social media and started the name game, we will continue to use names while we discuss the case.
Name and Shame Disclaimer
This also needs to be clarified that TMF is completely against taking names of all parties (the accused and the accuser) in sexual crimes and especially in cases involving juveniles. However, when the juvenile herself wanted the same to be discussed on social media we will continue to do the same. There is another concern here, a girl who can raise such a heinous complaint and completely fake it, the concern is whether we should consider her as a juvenile at all? Remember, in such cases, the boy’s death sentence is demanded often.
Bhavleen posted a story of Manav’s misbehaviour with her two years ago in 2018 in the basement of her apartment. Following that complaint, her friends have trolled Manav so much that he felt that no one was listening to his side of the story and under this social media pressure he committed suicide. Post his suicide, however, many feminists claimed that simply because he committed suicide, that didn’t mean he was innocent, or her story is false. Even Bhavleen posted that if Manav couldn’t take the pressure that was his fault and simply because he committed suicide, that doesn’t mean her complaint was false.
So, today this is what I am going to show you, why Bhavleen’s story is false without considering the fact that Manav Singh has committed suicide not able to defend himself.
Before I proceed, let’s look at Bhavleen Kaur’s social media complaint –
For better readability of everyone, let me write her complaint here so that it’s easy for you to read –
“Hey so I am probably very very late on taking my story out of myself but at that time never really had anyone to support me through it so now that people are listening and being there I really want to share something. I know I don’t have any proof to what happened to me but I am pretty sure many girls would relate to me. It’s very unsafe to go out because every minute a creepy guy is just staring at you. Every day I had to face through every guy talking about my body parts but never in a million years I thought I would get to experience such thing in my life.
Yes I‘ve never shared it before but this incident happened two years ago. So, I started talking to this guy, it had been 2-3 days he asked where I lived and all of a sudden I see a text from him saying, “I’m near your house, let’s meet.” I made so many excuses not to meet him because I did not want to, I did not know him so well to meet him. I tried every way to convince him I’m not free but in the end I told him “okay I only have 10-15 minutes.” He said, I am already on the way. I was just feeling weird that …..
(some parts missing).
Said “what are you doing”? He said, “don’t you want me to do this”? I said no and I started walking feeling unsafe. He suddenly holds my ass and pressing my boobs, ngl the way he did it, it hurt me. Then I said stop it! Just Stop! I tried running upstairs but he held me and held my hair and said, “give me a blowjob right now”. I started punching him so much he goes like, “I want you to suck my dick right now fast quick.” I said no, I pushed him so much I said let go off. I ran upstairs, he came and said, I forgot my wallet, let’s go again and get it. I said, no just no you go! Then I knew in my heart if I went again this guy would rape me.
I ran to my house and never texted this guy again blocked him from everywhere. I never told this to anyone but I was just scared because no one would have taken my side. But till this date it never leaves my head. I know it may sound like some shit to some of you because I don’t have any ‘proof’ and that I am bluffing about it but all I know is I am tired of keeping this inside me. I’m tired of being held back by this. His name is Manav Singh. – hxls
Since she has raised this complaint online and wanted the social media to take it up and decide for themselves instead of keeping it a secret and raising a direct complaint to the police or to our legal system, we will continue to take names and discuss her case.
Did you know?
Jasleen Kaur and Rohtak Sisters were also exposed first on TMF.
The #MeToo Era
Bhavleen said this incident happened two years ago or in 2018. 2018 was the year when the world was rocked with a series of #MeToo complaints and many random girls and women started levelling sexual complaints against many random guys. In the list of accused guys, we have seen mostly men who endorsed feminism. In this madness women who would have never got any attention from guys started taking random names without any proof and became famous online in no time. We have seen feminist grannies and nannies raising 50-year-old complaint as well. Since none of these complaints needed any evidence or no investigation was possible, it was a rather easy fun game for women to get quick attention. If you look at the woman (?) who started #MeToo complaint you will know.
2018 was also a year when India had a 5-year long habit of going out with candles for women’s cause. 2018 was a year, before which India has seen how two cases involving drama queens Jasleen Kaur and Rohtak Sisters went unpunished despite levelling baseless allegations. In both the cases despite the men had many pieces of evidence in their favour and the girls didn’t have anything in their favour, girls still went unpunished and people just blindly believed them.
So, Bhavleen’s version that she was afraid that no one would listen to her side of the story in 2018 is completely baseless. Either she was enjoying the relationship (considering it really went the way she described) or there was nothing happened two years ago, but she had a recent altercation with Manav and is taking revenge. In either of these two situations, we don’t find Manav Singh at fault at all.
Now let’s look deeply into her complaint –
The ‘No Means No’ Paradox
According to her complaint, Manav didn’t know where Bhavleen lived and came to her apartment for the first time on the day of the alleged misbehaviour. They were chatting through text message and she wanted NOT to meet him. So, when that was the case, and they were talking only on text messages and not over the phone, why didn’t she stop sending texts immediately after saying ‘no’? Many guys and many girls would have experienced this multiple time in their lives and it’s not a big deal. If she really thought Manav was being creepy that was the easiest way to keep him out. It’s even easier with someone who hardly knows you and is being creepy.
But we don’t see Bhavleen sticking to her ‘No’ and finally deciding to meet him. So, whether her ‘No’ really meant ‘no’ is the question that first comes in mind. This is mainly for the feminists who claim – ‘No means No’. I want to remind them that for girls, ‘no’ definitely does not mean ‘no’; because if it did then Bhavleen would have stopped chatting instantly or blocked Manav (either temporarily or permanently) immediately for being creepy.
The fact that she didn’t do that and not only continued chatting with Manav but ended up meeting him in the basement of her apartment proves, she really didn’t mean ‘no’ when she actually said it, and the hell breaks loose there. When her ‘No’ actually meant ‘Yes’ as is clear from her behaviour, all her subsequent ‘No’ becomes ‘yes’ and gives her consent to Manav’s advances (if true).
Similarly, all other negative pushbacks become positive. Now let’s look at her story by changing the negative narrative to positive –
“Said “what are you doing”? He said, “don’t you want me to do this”? I said Yes and I started walking feeling safe. He suddenly holds my ass and pressing my boobs, ngl the way he did it, it didn’t hurt me. Then I said don’t stop it! Just Don’t Stop! I tried running upstairs but he held me and held my hair and said, “give me a blowjob right now”. I started punching him so much he goes like, “I want you to suck my dick right now fast quick.” I said yes, I pushed him so much I said let’s go on. I ran upstairs, he came and said, I forgot my wallet, let’s go again and get it. I said, yes just yes you go!”
The above could have been the signal in Manav’s mind as she set a weird perspective from the beginning. In this case, whether some of those ‘No’ really meant ‘No’ and some others ‘yes’ is difficult to understand.
I am sure many of you are thinking, ‘what crap’? I am also thinking the same. But that’s what is coming out of her side of the story alone and I am not talking about Manav’s side of the story yet.
I am sure many of you may take this as victim-blaming, but who was the victim here is the question. Wasn’t Manav the victim of misinformation, the confusion she created? If women start using ‘No’ sometimes meaning ‘maybe’ and sometimes meaning ‘yes’, how can their responses be understood rightly at all?
But according to her complaint, when Manav was allegedly misbehaving with her, she started running upstairs. He suddenly held her ass and started pressing her boobs, (according to her) without her consent. Even though when her ‘No’ meant ‘yes’ whether that could be taken as her consent is the big question here.
Remembering Wallet – To Pay?
But the statement that exposes her lie completely is when Manav allegedly gave up his ‘much demanded’ sexual act remembering his wallet.
According to her, when Manav was ‘forcing’ her of giving him a blowjob, pressing her boobs and holding her ass, or in other words when Manav was at the peak of his sexual ecstasy, all of a sudden, he gave up the sexual act remembering his wallet. Any boy would know what it means to be in that state. Even many girls would know what it means for the guys who are ready for their sexual wilderness.
But in this case, we find Manav remembering that he forgot his wallet and urged Bhavleen to go back to the basement again. Remember, Manav was demanding a blowjob (according to her complaint) just before remembering about his wallet.
If this is true, then this can happen under three circumstances. The most likely option is, she demanded money for a blowjob and hence Manav had to remember his wallet. Well, now feminists may say that it was Bhavleen’s choice to demand money for a blowjob, who are we to be moral police here and I want to assure them that I am not being moral police here. In case she demanded money for a blowjob then probably the transaction was settled with money and she was satisfied with the amount given and didn’t raise any complaint in 2018. But now when she got matured, she is trying to extort more money from Manav and hence the complaint.
Two, Manav had so much control over his sexual urge that he could withdraw at that peak of his sexual ecstasy. This means Manav had achieved a very high level of control over his senses that even our sacred sages couldn’t achieve throughout their great lives. We have already seen in our Puranas how apsaras (dancers from heaven) danced to break meditation of our sages who otherwise had won over their senses. And those dancers didn’t even engage in soft porn with the sages. We have seen our brhamhacharees (celibates, monks) keeping distance from the opposite sex so that they didn’t get distracted from their path of worshipping god. If Manav could do that while he was pressing her boobs and holding her ass, he was no less than a sage and should be worshipped like a sage. ..and If this was the case, he did not do any of other mischiefs (pressing her boobs, holding her ass etc) as described in her complaint and the complaint is outrightly false. He would have checked his sexual urge from the beginning.
There however could be a third possibility – that this story is an outright lie and none of this actually happened. In any case, Manav is not found to be guilty, rather it is the girl who is found to be doing mischief here.
From the above discussion, you can easily see that in no case Manav was actually guilty even if Bhavleen’s story was true. …and we have not yet considered Manav’s side of the story.
I am not sure if this will reach to Bhavleen or even Manav’s near and dear ones. I am not sure if this will reach to all those who have threatened Manav on social media and over the phone, but the only hope is some people will try to be more rationale with their complaints in future. Please do share your comment/feedback about the incident and let us know what you think.
The reason, the case is discussed here with names is because the girl wanted the same. She came to social media for sympathy, she took names and that behaviour of hers has taken one life. We don’t believe in taking names in any case involving juveniles and we don’t want such things to continue and we demand strict punishment of her and all her sympathizers on social media or in real life (like Swati Maliwal), who without thinking through have blamed Manav, threatened him and forced him to commit suicide. Bhavleen could have gone to police without trying to be a social media sensation or seeking justice on social media. It’s time we stopped this feminist nonsense now.
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