Can you walk on the streets after eight

Hyderabad, India
March 14, 2008 2:16pm CST
Crime rate is increasing and the constant fear which grips us is also increasing. These streets are no longer a safe place to walk. You may never now whether you can return to your home after that. For guys it is either knife or a gun for women it is not worthy to talk you know. This is what we are constantly in. What do you think is the main reason? When will we walk if not now any time in the distant future may be? This is it will it not change so that future generations can be happy. How many of them confronted this situation? They not only take our stuff, eventually you are killed.
4 responses
• Malaysia
15 Mar 08
We can see, this is the negative effect of globalization, but not really. My suggestion is to use/setup CCTVs on the road/street. Its being done in my country.
• Hyderabad, India
15 Mar 08
You are right. May be in future we would have CCTV`s or vigilance tvs like UK. Their monitoring system is very efficient.
• United States
14 Mar 08
I live in a small town so it doesnt matter what time of night it is, its pretty safe to walk without fear of any danger, if someone did do something you either know where they live or someone you know does, so it would be pointless for anyone to try anything stupid. I would hate to live where I felt like a prisoner in my own home.
• Hyderabad, India
15 Mar 08
You are absolutely right. I love to live in my ranch with hundreds of acres spread so that no one disturbs me. I hate living like a prisoner in my house
@chris1314 (787)
14 Mar 08
Round here, after 8 there are gangs and groups which come out, but normally you are pritty safe after, 10 ish, well i walk down then, and i have never been mugged or stabbed! Chris :)
• Hyderabad, India
15 Mar 08
Thank you for the info. I think it all depends upon the vibes you have in the locality as one person discussed.
@foxyfire33 (10009)
• United States
14 Mar 08
Yes, we can walk the streets after 8 here...only it's more like 'the road' instead of 'streets'. It's pretty rural here so there's not much to worry about. It's still a good idea to carry a flashlight and be aware though...not for fear of people but because there is an occassional bear roaming around.
• Hyderabad, India
15 Mar 08
Hmmmm if not humans it is animals. Take some honey it might help you lol. thank you for the suggestions