Prostitution/Call Girls activity

Was reading the whitepaper on chain snatching and saw that in Gurgaon a debate was also held on prostitution.

This is common in Delhi also. I had written about it in one of my earlier posts in regards to spas in Delhi. Other than established red light districts like GB road, where else in Delhi are call girls being supplied and prostitutes operating and what is Delhi Police doing to address this menace.

I would like everyone to comment on this and police to act. more  

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Truck, trawlers move freely in night in yamuna vihar for ex councillor of bjp with no check, making reputation of police as hafta or monthly collectors. Must be stopped immediately by checking through vigilance and special branch reports and police to to put barricades in night to stop the same manace. more  
I fully agree with Rakesh kumar view it is government duty to give protection to policeman by local means . more  
awareness required local public....tabhi possible to stop... more  
involvement of locals against it is a must to curb it more  
the problem of call girls and prostitutes is every where in whole world.
this can be stopped by getting support from local public/residents.
Members of RWA/Ladies club should be aware of their surroundings or even
local police should start a campaign to impart training or awareness
amongst the people/local residents to curb such society evils. Without
awareness and help of local residents. one Beet Constable cannot play
effective role. I am seeing since last few days some gunda and dada type
people or group of people even starting attacking policemen in whole
country, it shows how policemen to react upon the situations.

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