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Chain snatching
ActIT Jammu, ASP.net Projects, Java, Vb.net, C# Training Jammu
Dear Editor,

Chain snatching, Rape, Molestation of women is on the increase. It seems Chain-snatching has become the easiest crime to commit and has turned out to be a highly profitable profession for the unemployed youth. As the ladies have the habit of wearing thick gold chains, it does not break easily when snatched resulting increase in the risk of neck trauma.

Wearing of ornaments has now become out of the question, and women are teased and harassed as they go of their houses, or take a bus to go the place where they work. If citizens are alert and courageous, incidents of Chain snatching will come down sharply.

It is experienced that the police dept. is woefully shortage of manpower to deal with complaints of all sorts. Most cases go unreported and even though cases are registered, nothing happens.

This emboldens the miscreants and instills a sense of nonchalance in their minds. This menace needs to be combated on a war footing and for this more patrolling by the police will be necessary to give the citizens a feeling of security.

People also need to come out with determination against such incidents and not be a moot spectator wherein a daughter, or a sister, or a wife, or a mother is crying for help. Wake up Pune unless it is too late!

—Vinod C. Dixit,

B-15 Jyotikalash Society,

Ahmedabad.


News Updated at : Thursday, September 7, 2017
 
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