Bangalore bar dancers and singers are planning to meet the commissioner to lift the ban on dancers, because they lose lively hood and are prone to take up flesh trade.
The cops seem to be stern in implementing a ban on women from working as bar dancers in Bangalore. Hence the women propose to protest with threatens to commit suicide outside police commissioner's office.
The young woman who are good dancers to thrive resort to dancing in bar, where the income is low and sometimes for a paltry Rs.5000/- per month, but their dreams have hit a stone wall following the ban implemented by the city police to deter women from working at dance bars.
The women now claim that they have no other alternative but to resort to flesh trade because of the ban. A report in a leading magazine states that around 80 per cent of the bargirls who have been left with no income source following the ban imposed on dance bars in July, have strayed into the flesh trade to survive in the city.
The whole community of these women has voiced their protest and after attempts to sort the matter out amicably failed miserably, one of the women is now threatening to commit suicide outside the police commissioner's office.