A brainstorming meeting initiated by a female colleague on how to make city safe for women turned out to be really good. Some really nice points came up. Here is a list of some of the points in order of priority.
1 ) How can i fearlessly report a crime and or crime against women to the police without the fear of getting harassed by the police or the person against whom I have lodged the complaint. We felt that if this can be done then women/people will feel very safe and very forthcoming to report such matters to the police or any other authority.
2) Everyone felt public transport is a big issue in the city, A few concrete things came up like increasing the time of metro services to 1 am, having more DTC buses in night, ensuring that the auto-rickshaws don’t refuse passengers, Meru cabs/call cabs pick up fare…
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Nice, good to see the points of discussion Rahul. But how efficient is 1098 there? I have tried 108 in past here in Bangalore and it has helped… Helped me reach a granny to her home safely:)