Zee News to air survey on women's safety in Delhi

MUMBAI: While Aaj Tak is airing a survey on crime against women as a week long news capsule, Zee news will air its initiative in unearthing the burning issue of the capital city, Whether Delhi is safe for women?

The one-hour programme will air on Sunday at 12:00 pm.

The nation's capital is witnessing an increase in incidents of crime against women and fast deteriorating law and order situation, a company release says. For the purpose of an assessment of the conditions, the news channel called in panelists' like police commissioner New Delhi RS Gupta, Senior Advocate Harish Salve and Film Actress Nandita Das.

The programme was aired last week minus much publicity, but owing popular demand this show is scheduled to air again.

Taking its cue from the most critical issues like rise in the cases of sexual harassment on the roads in Delhi, gang rape gang rape in Delhi University and the rape of a 85 years old woman in another part of Delhi, the programme highlights the entire phenomenon, which leads the city to be unsafe.

Besides that the other issue discussed was How effective is the Police or the Judiciary? According to the release, it is reviewed that police have not been prompt during such emergencies. For instance, a woman kept on calling on her mobile phone but the police took 40 minutes to reach the site of the crime or the gang rape case in Delhi University, where no action was taken against the constable involved.

In the wake of conspiracy of silence, which exists in Delhi, the most important question discussed was Who would find a solution to this problem?

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