Chandigarh police are in zero tolerance modes as far as eve teasers are concerned. The trend may be relatively new but it is set to be nipped in the bud. While the police are ready to bring miscreants to book, the onus lies with the people, who must report wrongdoers if they want Chandigarh to be a safe place.
Chandigarh police are determined to act against eve teasers, provided such incidents are reported. In a bid to ensure that eve teasers are brought to book the UT SSP interacted with around girls at Sri Guru Gobind Singh College for Women in Sector 26. The SSP exhorted the girls to report cases of eve teasing without hesitation.
Voicing their concern, the girls asked the SSP what would happen if the accused came out on bail and sought revenge. At this, the SSP assured complete confidentiality about the complainant’s identity.
The SSP has also asked college authorities to call the police in case miscreants created problems outside colleges. He specifically asked watchmen to dial 100 if they noticed anti social elements around the college.
This interaction is part of the awareness drive initiated by the police. After the police receive feedback, the drive will be conducted in other colleges as well.
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