New Delhi: Delhi Police, which is under wrath from all quarters over gang rape of 23-year-old paramedical student, has raked up yet another controversy by issuing a poster containing list of Do’s and Dont’s for girls.

The posters which were pasted on some college and school walls in southeast Delhi carries a list of guidelines asking girls to go home directly after school hours and inform their parents if they are going out. Few other similar advices are inscribed on the posters that are being condemned by the anti-rape protesters who are demanding sound security arrangements and safety measures from the city police.

The poster advices girl students not to lose self confidence inform Police Control Room about any suspicious people and never remain silent over harassment.

"After school, go home directly. If going out, inform parents. If going to any friend's place inform parents. The bag should contain a piece of paper with their address and phone number. Do not talk to strangers or take lift from them. Do not go out of school premises without teachers' permission. Do not take food, cold drinks or gifts from strangers," the posters said.

Even though the poster mentions Delhi Police as the authorizing authority and carries related email ids and other details, the city police have denied issuing any such posters. Moreover, Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde is also clueless about the incident.

JPN/Bureau

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