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    Swati Maliwal, DCW Chairperson, calls on central government to organize high-level meeting addressing surge in crimes against women

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    The Chairperson of the Delhi Women’s Commission, Swati Maliwal, is concerned about the rising crime rate in Delhi. She has requested a high-level meeting with the Central Government, Delhi Lieutenant Governor Vinay Kumar Saxena, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, and other officials to discuss how to curb this issue.

    Over the past seven years, the crime rate against women has dramatically increased. In a year, more than 92 thousand incidents have been reported, including cases of domestic abuse, rape, POCSO Act violations, kidnapping, cybercrime, missing persons, and elderly harassment.

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    Most of these incidents have occurred in July and August. The Delhi Commission for Women handles everything important when calls come in on the 181 ladies helpline number. The majority of callers are women aged 21 to 40, and around 2,000 calls are received on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Last month, a 14-year-old girl was also rescued.

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    Swati Maliwal emphasizes that the Delhi Police, which works under the Central Government, is not functioning effectively. The Central Government should take responsibility and hold a meeting to address these issues. The women’s helpline is now operating on Saturdays and Sundays due to unforeseen circumstances.

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    According to Maliwal, the fast track court, forensic lab, and police officers are not fulfilling their duties properly. The law may exist in the country, but it is not being followed. Incidents like those involving Anjali and Sakshi Shraddha are happening every day. The government needs to support women and ensure justice is served. Even female athletes face injustice without receiving proper support.

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    In conclusion, Swati Maliwal urges the Central Government to take action and address the rising crime rate in Delhi.

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