Divya Aggarwal, New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day lockdown to reduce the havoc of the Corona virus in the country. However during the period where the crime graph has come down considerably. At the same time, cases of domestic violence are increasing during this period. Even more shocking is the news that for the first time in the country, men are asking for help to save their wives from helpline numbers.
According to the information received, many men are complaining of harassment by their wives on the helpline number. At the same time, women are also calling on the husband for domestic violence. The Chairperson of the National Commission for Women has also expressed deep concern over this.
Since the lockdown, the complaints of the victims are coming to the police helpline number every day that 10 to 15 calls are reaching the police control room every day. According to the data, so far 69 domestic violence cases have been reported while 15 cases have also been reported in which cybercrime against women. At the same time, cases of dowry and harassment against married women have also increased. There has also been an increase in the number of cases in which women have been played with respect.
It is clear that many people who are forced to stay home during lockdown are weakening their mutual relationships instead of strengthening them. After the calls, the PCR team is going to the house of these people and explaining to the family members that the matter is being pacified. It is also being warned that this should not happen next. In such a situation, it is important to understand each other and not talk, otherwise this difficult time will create more problems for your family.
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