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Delhi's Homeless Call Night Shelters Unsafe

By DMO Affiliate
Despite Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announcing that night shelters running in tents will be replaced with portacabins to shield the homeless from the intense cold, many of the homeless said they would prefer sleeping on the city's roads than move in to unsafe night shelters. "How can I take my young girls to a place where drunk people create a ruckus? It is not safe for me, so how can it ever be safe for my children," asked a woman while patting a brown-coloured mongrel stretched out on a straw mat beside her near the crowded Sarai Kale Khan inter-state bus terminal in southeast Delhi.
Delhi's Homeless Call Night Shelters Unsafe




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