"Giving repeated missed calls to women is a serious issue. It makes them feel insecure and robs them of peace of mind. We
have decided to count it as a crime of stalking under Section 354D (i) and (ii) of the IPC," Pandey said.
Pandey, however, said that police officials have been told to ignore the matter if missed calls are given once or twice, but crack the whip if they are repeated and with an intention to harass women.
The idea of taking action against 'missed call menace' emerged during a two-day training programme for Station House Officers of women police stations in the state as well awareness camps on crime against women that were conducted by CID at girls schools and colleges.

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