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Gurugram City Centre now becoming a den of crime

Gurugram: If you are a resident of national capital region (NCR) who commute to in and around the areas of Golf Course, Golf Course Extension, MG, Sohna road National Highway -8, Gurugram – Faridabad you should be concerned of your safety. The spate of crimes that also includes the rape of a married woman near the Golf Course extension road on Sunday has again exposed the spike of heinous crimes in these areas.
It has been long since MG road which is also known as the mall mile become notorious with lot of criminal activities. In the past besides brazen incident of women being molested, there has been a shootout in the mall and a vehicle trying to run over a police official.
However, what can prove to be a major challenge for law enforcement officials in the city is the extension of crimes to densely populated, tony neighbourhoods of the city. There have been two incidents that have been reported in the end December and the beginning of the year of the car being stolen at gun point in Golf Course road. Famous for having the most expensive residential and commercial properties, the area continues to witness the growth of traffic with it being made into signal free road.
In the two incidents, the burglars at gun point were able to steal an Audi from a businessman and subsequently a vehicle was also stolen from the banker.
As there has also been liquor vending units that have come at the area, there have also been complaints by the women night shift workers of the insecurity posed to them who frequent these units. "It is definitely unsafe for us to venture out during night. There is also no safety when the male colleagues are there with us. Forget night there has been incidents when during the day time also men ogle at us, "said Sukriti who works in the multinational company that has its headquarters at Golf Course road. "The spate of recent incidents that have occurred is really unfortunate. We are trying to rectify the lapses and increasing the patrolling so that such heinous incidents do not take place again," said a senior police official from Gurugram police.
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