We are all worried about women's safety: Sheila Dikshit

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An expose by Tehelka and NDTV on the insensitive remarks made by policemen in and around Delhi, blaming women for 'provoking' rape, has even the Chief Minister worried. "If you have brought this out it's very good. We are all scared, we are all worried about this atmosphere where women do not feel safe. This has to change. Our govt makes it mandatory that all women who work after 8 pm should be dropped home by their employer. I have not seen those tapes myself, but I will watch it and talk to the Police Commissioner myself," Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit told NDTV.

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