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Tracking Progress of ‘Safe City Programme’ – GK Dose

Tracking Progress of ‘Safe City Programme’ – GK Dose

According to recent media reports, not much progress has been made in making cities safer for women even one year after launch of Safe City programme. It highlights poor guidelines and improper utilization of funds and focus on general elections as main reasons for it.

About Safe City programme

  • It was launched with objective of strengthening safety and security of women in public places.
  • It is being implemented by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in consultation with Ministry of Women and Child Development (MoW&CD), Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Ministry of Information Technology (MeitY), respective Municipal & Police Commissioners of cities and civil society organizations.
  • Initially it was launched in 8 cities, which include Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad. Lucknow was first city in country to clear the project in In November 2018.
  • It was approved with total cost of Rs.194.44 crore under Nirbhaya Fund Scheme (by empowered Committee of officers for Nirbhaya funds). It is implemented as Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) with Centre and State sharing fund in 60:40 ratio.
  • It includes identifying crime hotspots and placing them under CCTV coverage, drone-based surveillance, deployment of automated number plate reading (ANPR) equipment through an integrated smart control room.

Major component of Safe City Project

  • Setting an Integrated Smart Control Room.
  • Setting Pink Out-posts (exclusively administered by Women police) for facilitating ease of filing complaint by women; Pink Patrols of Women police.
  • Setting Women Help Desks in all Police Stations with Counsellors.
  • Augmentation of existing Asha Jyoti Kendra.
  • Implementing Safety measures in buses, including Cameras.
  • Improving Street Lighting in identified crime Hotspot areas.
  • Setting up Pink Toilets.
  • Integratig Women power-help line with single Emergency number ‘112’

Safe City Project, Lucknow:

  • Helpline 1090 was launched in Uttar Pradesh to prevent atrocities against women.
  • Gender sensitization awareness campaigns etc.

Nirbhaya Fund

It was set up by UPA government with an initial corpus of ₹1,000 crore after horrific gang rape of young woman in New Delhi in December 2012. Nirbhaya is the name she was referred to by media, and fund seeks to ensure safety of women across country. In past years, fund amount has increased to ₹3,600 crore, but according to reports money isnot being used.

Recent Updates

The government launched Safe City Implementation Monitoring Portal with aim of monitoring safe city project, as aid in online tracking of deployment of assets and infrastructure.

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