Stalking, voyeurism, and sexual harassment are serious issues that have been plaguing India for years. These acts of violence and intimidation are not only a violation of an individual’s rights but also a threat to their safety and well-being. Despite various laws and policies in place, these crimes continue to persist and affect many individuals, particularly women.
A study on stalking, voyeurism, and sexual harassment in India can help shed light on the prevalence, nature, and impact of these crimes. It can also provide insights into the existing legal and institutional frameworks and identify gaps in addressing these issues. By examining the factors that contribute to the perpetration of these crimes, such a study can inform the development of effective prevention and response strategies.