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The evolution of crime... By Areej

27 December, 2013

The fact that criminals strike in the dark has become a mere myth. Reports suggest that daylight crime has increased greatly in Pakistan over a period of time. When previously it was "do not leave your house alone at night", now it is "do not leave your house alone at all times"! Did we ever stop and question why these criminals have switched to crimes during the day?

The light security on the roads or streets is always most vigilant or 'as vigilant as it gets' in the night hours whereas it is much more lenient during the day when people are under a false sense of security. Even hired security guards for most streets sleep during the day and monitor the streets at night. This has become a serious issue and needs to be taken care of immediately.


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