Sir: Through the columns of your esteemed daily, I would like to express my feeling about women safety. When we turn the pages of newspaper, we come across many headlines reporting cases of sexual assault, molestation, sexual harassment, rapes, human trafficking, domestic abuse of women, violence against women in remote areas etc. The crime comes amid heightened concerns about sexual violence in Pakistan. It seems that criminals are no longer afraid of the law. It is also evident that cities in Pakistan can no longer claim to be safe for the growing number of working women.We must have a remedial or curative measures such as fast track courts especially dedicated to deal only with these offences and crimes. These can be made responsible to clear the cases on day to day basis with fair trial as its core principle. The law should be strong enough so that nobody could ever imagine of doing such things. It is time the government undertakes drastic measures to put an end to crime against women. I would like to quote here that a country which do not respect women cannot become a developed country. So i would like to request our Pakistani people please provide equal respect and security to women.SAAD SADIQ Via E-mailPublished in Daily Times, December 14th 2018.