From your post, three things are clear. One is that you are required to work till late at night and another probably is that your company does not provide transport facility to go to the home in the night. The third thing is about the discussion about your personal life in front of the other employees.
You have written that "There is no safety for women at the workplace". But then why you feel so that you have not explained.
For the first three reasons mentioned above, you may put up an application to your superiors and explain your problems. Before submitting an application, you may seek an appointment with him/her. These issues need to be solved internally.
You have written about not giving any annual increment to you. But then this is an internal matter of your company. There is no legal obligation on the part of the employers to do that.
Lastly about the quality of your post. Being an HR professional, you were expected to write clearly and that too free from the grammatical mistakes. However, you have written your post casually. If you show this kind of casualness in your work, then why your seniors will take you seriously?
Please note that whatever work we do, one should strive to do it without flaw. Flaws in the work reflect the flaw in the personality too.
General comments: - When an HR Executive uploads her post in the general forum expressing frustration at the work, it speaks volumes. Why did she feel to approach the general HR forum but not her senior? Her senior also supposed to be an HR professional. Do seniors talk with heir HR juniors or not? Her post is a reflection of the disconnect between the HR Head and his/her junior.
"Employee Engagement" is a term that is dear to HR professionals. Here we have a case where HR professional itself is disengaged. If this is the state of affairs then what would be the condition of the other employees? This post is an eye-opener for senior HR professionals.
12th February 2019 From India, Bangalore