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Haryana Police to launch ‘Safe Journey’ initiative for enhanced women’s safety
Haryana police is set to launch the “Safe Journey” initiative to enhance the safety of women and children using cab or private transportation services. Women can register themselves by dialing 112 and providing their travel details to the Haryana 112 team. Continuous communication will be maintained with the woman throughout her journey, tracking her location until she reaches her destination safely. Stickers with driver information will also be placed on public transport vehicles. The auto driver and public transport database is expected to be ready by October 31.
If alerted promptly, bank must compensate for cyber fraud: Consumer court
The Navsari Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (CDRC) has ruled that a bank is responsible for compensating customers for money lost in cyber fraud if they are promptly informed. In a recent case, the CDRC ordered the State Bank of India (SBI) to pay a cyber fraud victim Rs 39,578 after she personally notified the bank on the same day she lost the money. The commission criticized the bank for not taking prompt action to recover the funds and stated that the bank’s negligence resulted in financial loss to the customer.
Security beefed up after terror attack on police officer in Srinagar
Security has been heightened in Srinagar and other towns in Kashmir after a police officer was critically injured in a terrorist attack. Police and CRPF have increased checks on vehicles and pedestrians in various parts of Srinagar and Pulwama district. Mobile vehicle checkpoints have been set up at major intersections and exit points of the city. The officer, Inspector Masroor Ahmad Wani, was shot while playing cricket with local boys at Eidgah ground. The Resistance Front (TRF), an alleged shadow outfit of Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), has claimed responsibility for the attack.
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