The Karnataka State Women's Commission, which was in Mangalore, to probe into the assault on college students at Morning Mist home stay, has asked college girls to refrain themselves from parties. The commission chairperson, C Manjula has said that such parties would only mislead girl. Nonetheless, she said the commission already condemned the incident but her concern was that why such attacks were taking place time and again in Mangalore only. She appealed to young women to keep parties at bay.
Ms. Manjula has also said that holding parties in secret places would give raise to suspicions. She, however, said she would discuss the issue with the university authorities and direct them towards ensuring safety to women students.
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