Survey reveals that 2 out of 3 women in Delhi faced sexual harassment last year
The BBC has revealed the outcomes of a survey carried out to explore sexual harassment in the Indian capital Delhi.
The survey of 5,010 women and men in Delhi, carried out by has provided extremely worrying outcomes. Entitled, "Safe City Free of Violence for Women and Girls" the survey has revealed that 2 out of 3 women last year experienced some type of sexual harassment.
Many women in the survey said buses were most un-safe, and the report has stated that the infrastructure in Delhi is largely to blame, as there is a distinct lack of street lights and public toilets.
The BBC have stated that 'the survey was commissioned by the Delhi government's department of women and child development' so let's hope the government takes action as soon as possible.