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Chandigarh: Discos ordered to deploy female bouncers to manage tipsy women

chandigarh Updated: Dec 06, 2014 10:19 IST
Gurpreet Singh Chhina
Gurpreet Singh Chhina
Hindustan Times

After finding drunk women creating ruckus near discotheques, the Chandigarh police have directed disco owners to hire women bouncers to deal with such situations. The development came after five women were arrested recently in Sector 26 for creating ruckus near a disco.

The police also face a lot of hardships in combating such situations, especially during late night parties held on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Chandigarh senior superintendent of police (SSP) Dr Sukhchain Singh Gill said they had decided to assign five women constables to the police stations concerned so that they could deal with violent incidents in which women were involved.

He said they had also asked the local station house officers to make sure that the disco owners got women bouncers.

In two recent incidents, women were among those who created ruckus after having drinks in the discos and the police had arrested women for creating nuisance at public places.

One of the senior officers said it was difficult to deploy cops at every nook and cranny to deal with drunk brats and disco lovers.

He said they had already deployed cops at various places to maintain law and order.

Claiming sector 26 is a hub of discos, the senior officer said around seven discos were functioning in sector 26 and they have been facing a lot of problems as they could not deploy cops in front of every disco.

He also said the incident turned violent when the youngsters tried to have stag entry (without female partner) and it was duty of the disco to deal with and inform the police.

Incidents in the past

November 30: High drama was witnessed in front of Buzz, a club in Sector 17, when some youths entered into a heated argument with the club bouncers for entering the club.

November 28: Navi Brar was the same girl who was involved in an incident held on October 30. The local police arrested seven persons, including five girls, and sent them to judicial custody for creating ruckus outside a discotheque in Sector 26. Navi Brar, Sofia Arora, Preet Beniwal and Sham Kumar entered into a scuffle with Harjot Singh, Daljit Kaur and Saravjit Kaur outside Crystal Lounge in Sector 26.

November 23: Two youths were arrested for allegedly assaulting and tearing uniform of a homeguard volunteer outside F-Bar in Sector 9.

October 30: Two women were arrested for allegedly creating ruckus outside a night club in Sector 26 in an inebriated condition. The women also broke the windowpanes of two cars. One of the cars belonged to local Congress president BB Bahl.