After Delhi gangrape case, working women's confidence shaken: Assocham
Most of the respondents felt that it is the time the quality of governance should be improved and the obsession of the police “bandobast” with the VVIPs be changed, Assocham said in a survey.
“Majority of respondents, who are working in companies located in Gurgaon, Noida, Delhi, Sonepat and Faridabad, said they have begun insisting on leaving offices on dot, immediately after duty hours following the atmosphere of insecurity,” it said.
After the brutal gangrape of a 23-year-old girl in a moving bus about a week ago, people in many parts of the country have been demanding quick justice for her and also to make stringent laws against rape cases.
“About 88 per cent of women respondents said the anxiety is more among the guardians of those women who travel by chartered buses,” the survey said.
These respondents said now they get more calls while at work from home -- parents or husbands -- after the incident, it added.
The chamber said it surveyed about 2,500 women and men in various cities.
The survey said those who use the Delhi Metro feel relatively secure as long as they are within the premises of the metro stations.
However, they said the moment they deboard the train, their anxiety levels increase as the basic infrastructure from