NEW DELHI, Jan. 9 -- On New Year's Eve, most cities in our country have the highest number of policemen on duty. Because this is one night they are supposed to really work, and that's not about 'solving' a crime, but about 'preventing' one. To prevent, police have to depend on eyes, ears and instinct!

How then was a woman dragged twelve kilometres under a car, by four drunk men, not seen by these guardians of the law?

Didn't those eyes on duty see, ears hear, and intuition feel there was something amiss in a car with four drunks and a body below?

Which brings me to the question; are police really there to prevent crime? And another question; why don't they stop crimes?

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