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Prostitution tars Kalyan station area

DNMUM210644 | 5/21/2011 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :140

Destination Dombivli Kalyan

Kalyan, the rapidly developing city, is now one of the most preferred places to stay for the common people. However, the presence of prostitutes outside Kalyan station is like a bad spot on this city.
Since the women who work as prostitutes have made this area as their target zone for common man, especially for women it has become an uncomfortable zone and they try to avoid it mostly after evening.
"As evening sets in, the prostitutes can be seen dispersed along the station road especially near bars. They indulge in loud talks, stand in an indecent manner and even behave in a boorish way with men around. This creates an embarrassing situation and makes it uncomfortable for other women to walk. Sometimes, men make lewd remark
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