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Delhi continues to remain as a unsafe city for women. Painting a gloomy picture of 'women safety' in Delhi, a survey conducted by NGO 'Cequin' (Centre for Equality and Inclusion) says surprisingly city's most crowded places---Connaught Place, Karol Bagh and Chandni Chowk --were considered its 'most unsafe areas'. Staggering 67 per cent of Indian tourists voted for Delhi as the unsafe destination followed by Goa with 17 per cent. Comments plz.

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Asked by chaiti, 12 Dec '10 03:18 pm
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It is a matter of pity, a city ruled by a woman is a sort of graveyard for women folk. Almost 96 percent of the women in Delhi believe that women are not very safe in the city and 44 percent of the abused respondents chose to remain silent after the incident. Violence against the weaker sex brings out the manly demeanour of our society where oppression of women is deemed as a custom. Over the last few years, Delhi, the national capital, has reached a state of great concern in the issue of the safety of women in the city. In fact, it has become a norm that Delhi women have to live a fearful daily life; physical abuse has become so rampant in Delhi that women have also stopped complaining in most cases. The image of Delhi was always that of a city extremely unsafe for women. While serious law reform is the need of the hour, it also should be taken into consideration that the planners, administrators, and law enforcement agencies work efficiently and diligently in that direction. Delhi is ...more
Answered by sumati gayki, 12 Dec '10 03:28 pm

 
  
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Yes....Police should control the situation and make more safe.
Answered by anantharaman, 12 Dec '10 03:21 pm

 
  
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They are bound to remain so
Answered by anil garg, 20 Dec '11 01:21 am

 
  
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Yes you are right
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 25 Dec '10 10:39 am

 
  
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