In past month, only one call made to women’s helpline
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On December 20, the UT police had formally announced that women can call on 100 in case of an odd situation in wee hours. However, even after many campaigns, the efforts made by the police have gone in vain.
A senior police officials said, "The service is just to ensure the security cover for women. If the need demands the PCR can also drop the women home."
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