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Q.

How is the law and order problem in your city ?
Any improvement in recent months?

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Asked by sigma, 05 Jan 10:02 pm
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Like anywhere in indian city the law and order is worst in chennai. killings fake currency exchange theft robbery sexual abuses and kidnapping everything is happening in chennai. this not because of administraters and police . but because of the greedy of the people and lack of severe punishment like muslim countries. in india criminals have no fear to do crimes.
Answered by Panneer Selvam, 05 Jan 11:24 pm

 
  
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Law & Order is some what good in Chennai, touch wood.
Hope, it will not come on radar of Rahu & Ketu.
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 05 Jan 10:17 pm

 
  
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More of nuisance to general public in name of measures for improvement. Half of ATMs have been not operating just because keeping a guard has been made mandatory. Still compared to other major cities, it is quite safe here.
Answered by Lucky, 05 Jan 10:07 pm

 
  
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Yes and no. Yes, there is increase in crime rates in several urban - particularly cities and metro - areas, but, the police is dealing with them satisfactorily in spite of their problems of over work - having to cope with the security for VIPs visits, terrorist monitor, etc in addition to routine patrol and investigation of crimes... ',

The law and order problem is not exclusive to India, though its intensity has increased by cross border terrorists finding inroads into several organisations - in various names including human rights people, religious schools, social outfits etc...

Further, increasing problems of unemployment due to - what experts like Dr Swaminathan would call - jobless growth, cut throat competition in politics and trade of course religious, linguistic bigotry etc have their fair share ... etc., have also caused an increase in crime rates...

Further misuse of police wings by ruling parties to do away with their opponents - by foisting criminal cases on them etc ...more
Answered by Mickey, 05 Jan 10:04 pm

 
  
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As bad as ever
Answered by iqbal seth, 06 Jan 09:40 am

 
  
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Detoriorated....but seems like something to do with New Yeat eve as we have a hoard of non residents in our state
Answered by harshal kalangutkar, 05 Jan 10:56 pm

 
  
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