Ministry Raps BPOs, Seeks More Security

New Delhi, Nov 29 : The Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) has called for a complete overhaul of security arrangements for female employees following the rape of a Mizo woman in New Delhi recently.

“I take exception to the conduct of the BPOs. The responsibility of the safety of the employees ultimately lies with the companies. However, it is very disheartening to notice that there is no compliance on their part at all. The companies must follow the guidelines issued by the police from time to time. The problem starts when there is complacency on the part of companies in following these instructions.

The police have constituted 15 Special Investigation Teams to look into this case and they have informed that they have sufficient clues to nab culprits within two to three days,” said Bijoy Krishna Handique, Minister of Mines and DoNER.

According to an official statement, the ministry has come up with a list of suggestions for the Delhi Police, including proper verification of antecedents of company drivers and installation of GPS units in all vehicles.

Suggestions have also been made to identify areas where girls from the Northeast usually reside so that police patrolling and personnel can be increased.

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Handique visited the victim and her relatives along with a team of officials from the ministry on Saturday, said the statement.