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Title: No State for Women? Why Crimes Against Women Are Rising in UP
Authors: Mohan, Deepanshu
Yadav, Niharika
Keywords: UP police
Kuldeep Singh Sengar
National Family Health Survey
Crimes against women
Issue Date: 5-Aug-2019
Publisher: The Wire
Citation: Mohan, D., & Yadav, N. (August 5, 2019). No state for women? Why crimes against women are rising in UP.
Description: As members of the UP police were seen visiting schools across the town of Barabanki recently, one of the superintendent of police gave a long lecture to students of a school on women safety, and on need ‘to raise their voice against crimes’ for justice. From the audience, as reported, a Class XI girl in turn schooled the superintendent, asking, how can the UP police promise to assure safety for women if the ‘accused’ is a ‘powerful minister’, and the police administration remains complicit in protecting them.
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