UT Senior Superintendent of Police Naunihal Singh addressed women employed in various firms located in the IT Park as part of the on-going drive against eve-teasers. He made it very clear that eve teasing will draw quick action, but only if reported.
The UT Police continues its drive to combat eve-teasers. On Tuesday UT Senior Superintendent of Police Naunihal Singh addressed women employed in various firms located in the IT Park. The SSP told them that the police said since the drive began, the police complaint desk has received 152 calls and has registered 48 cases. He urged them not to tolerate eve teasing in any form and should anyone harass them they should inform the police immediately. He assured that the police would respond certainly and swiftly.
Repeatedly the SSP drove home the message that the police can take action only if and when incidents are reported. Furthermore, he told the women that if any police personnel misbehaved or ignored their complaints they dial 100 and give the full details. The women shared their experiences with SSP and asked many questions. The SSP assured them that no policemen will refuse to lodge an eve-teasing complaint.
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