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Kamlesh Pandey, manager of Lemon Fusion 35 in Sector 35 said, "We were concerned about the security of women guests even during last year's New year party, even before the passing of any such order. Even though the woman bouncers have to be paid more than the male ones, we don't mind paying them more as long as they look after the people well"
The efforts of the UT police to make the city safer for women have surely shown results as the women feel protected enough to step out of their houses for celebrating New Year.
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