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No driving licence, passport for molesters in MP
A database of molesters would be prepared and appropriate action would be taken against them, said MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
Gwalior: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that those indulging in molestation and sexual harassment will not be get driving licence, passport and other government facilities. The step is being taken to control the menace in the state, Chouhan said during a function at the Gwalior trade fair in Gwalior on Monday evening.
Those found involved in molestation would not be given driving licence, passport and character certificate, he said. A database of molesters and those indulging in similar offences would be prepared and appropriate action would be
taken against them, he said.
A toll free telephone number for registering complaints about molestation and misbehaviour would also become operational soon, the Chief Minister said.
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