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What are the immediate measures for women's safety, HC asks Delhi Police

IANS  |  New Delhi 

The High on Wednesday asked the city police about immediate measures they can take for the safety of women in the national capital.

A division bench of Justice Ravindra Bhat and Justice Yogesh Khanna suggested that the police carry out a survey in vulnerable areas -- especially slum clusters and look into the problems faced by women and children.

"What are the immediate measures for women's safety? You (police) could also use unorthodox methods. Use survey method. Talk to people, women and ask about the problems they face. Policing happens at the more affluent areas. Focus on the neglected areas like slums and jhuggi-jhopri colonies," the bench said.

The was hearing a PIL initiated by it after the December 16, 2012 gangrape case where it has been giving directions from time to time with regard to recruiting more police personnel, more forensic labs, improving crime investigation and protection of women in

The posted the matter for hearing on May 4.

During the hearing, Commission of Women Chief Swati Maliwal told the that eve-teasing (harassment) is a very common problem outside schools in morning and during shift change and more police must be deployed around schools to tackle the problem.

--IANS

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The High on Wednesday asked the city police about immediate measures they can take for the safety of women in the national capital.

A division bench of Justice Ravindra Bhat and Justice Yogesh Khanna suggested that the police carry out a survey in vulnerable areas -- especially slum clusters and look into the problems faced by women and children.

"What are the immediate measures for women's safety? You (police) could also use unorthodox methods. Use survey method. Talk to people, women and ask about the problems they face. Policing happens at the more affluent areas. Focus on the neglected areas like slums and jhuggi-jhopri colonies," the bench said.

The was hearing a PIL initiated by it after the December 16, 2012 gangrape case where it has been giving directions from time to time with regard to recruiting more police personnel, more forensic labs, improving crime investigation and protection of women in

The posted the matter for hearing on May 4.

During the hearing, Commission of Women Chief Swati Maliwal told the that eve-teasing (harassment) is a very common problem outside schools in morning and during shift change and more police must be deployed around schools to tackle the problem.

--IANS

gt/ahm/dg

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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What are the immediate measures for women's safety, HC asks Delhi Police

The High on Wednesday asked the city police about immediate measures they can take for the safety of women in the national capital.

A division bench of Justice Ravindra Bhat and Justice Yogesh Khanna suggested that the police carry out a survey in vulnerable areas -- especially slum clusters and look into the problems faced by women and children.

"What are the immediate measures for women's safety? You (police) could also use unorthodox methods. Use survey method. Talk to people, women and ask about the problems they face. Policing happens at the more affluent areas. Focus on the neglected areas like slums and jhuggi-jhopri colonies," the bench said.

The was hearing a PIL initiated by it after the December 16, 2012 gangrape case where it has been giving directions from time to time with regard to recruiting more police personnel, more forensic labs, improving crime investigation and protection of women in

The posted the matter for hearing on May 4.

During the hearing, Commission of Women Chief Swati Maliwal told the that eve-teasing (harassment) is a very common problem outside schools in morning and during shift change and more police must be deployed around schools to tackle the problem.

--IANS

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(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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