After Delhi gangrape case, working women's confidence shaken: Assocham
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"It is not difficult to wire the major and vulnerable parts of the region with CCTVs, which should be properly monitored and action taken," Assocham Secretary General D S Rawat said.
The fear of law must be instilled among those who are prone to commit heinous crime, he added.
The chamber said accountability must be fixed not among the junior functionaries but also among the higher-ups. Those found guilty of incompetence and complacency should be simply sacked. "The fear of losing job would work."
Besides, the survey said if the confidence of workforce is shaken, the NCR would lose its eminent position among even investors.
The respondents also wanted companies human resource departments to devise new ways of ensuring increased staff security, especially among those who work on night duties, it said.
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