Uttar Pradesh government will launch a special campaign on the safety of women and girls during the Navratri festival, beginning October 17.
During this time, women go out to worship in temples and see Dussehra fair.
State government will also identify the Hot spots where complaints of harassment are frequent and will deploy extra force there.
AIR correspondent reports, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed officials to run a special campaign in which a special police team will be deployed for the safety of women.
The chief minister has said that anti-Romeo squads, formed to check harassment of women and girls, should remain active in crowded and sensitive areas.
Additional Chief Secretary Home Awanish Awasthi said that a Data Analytics Centre is being established to strengthen the security of women and girls.
This data analytics centre will collect the data of crime against women from all sources and after analysis of the data, Hot Spots for harrasment of women will be identified.
After this deployment of district police and anti romeo squad at such places will be ensured.
He said that complaints related to active stalking are being addressed in a serious manner and modern cyber forensic tools are being used to deal with such complaints.