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Delhi police's solution for women safety: Ban ladies nights parties

According to police, such ladies' nights disturb law and order and the ban should be imposed

BS Web Team  |  New Delhi 

Hauz Khas village, restaurants, pubs, bars
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It might get tough for women to attend ladies' night parties in as Police may impose a ban on such gatherings. According to Police, such parties disrupt the law and order situation, reported Navbharat Times (NBT). 

Such a decision may end the party-culture at as pubs, and restaurants will be affected. 

As police are looking forward to imposing the ban, women consider this step as a ridiculous act of restoring law and order. Women are in a view that instead of imposing such useless bans on them, they should be taking actions against those who ridicule the law and order. 

NBT reported that South Delhi's DCP, Ishwar Singh confirmed that there are and in which host night parties for women on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. According to Singh, this trend hampers the law and order in the area. He added that all such establishments will be asked to stop hosting such nights.

Instructions are also being given to the SHO of the concerned police station. The new instructions come in the wake of an incident which happened a couple of days ago. A Twitter user recounted her experience in Delhi's Hauz Khas Village, where she witnessed a group of stone-cold sober men trying to abduct a woman, reported NBT

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