In a corrigendum published in the report, NCRB has reduced total crimes registered under SLL in UP by 99 per cent, in Chhattisgarh by 88 per cent and in Uttarakhand by 95 per cent.
The ugly side of City Beautiful was mirrored in the National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) report for 2016, which was released on Thursday. The total number of cases in 2015 was 6,276 and in 2016, the number is 6,568 - an increase by 4.7%. The state also ranked second in economic offences and cyber crime.
Delhi accounted for highest crime rate 974.9 under IPC crimes followed by Kerala 727.6 and Madhya Pradesh 337.9 against national average of 233.6.
Mumbai ranked second among metropolitan cities in cases of assault on women with intent to outrage her modesty.
Murder decreased by 5.2 per cent (from 32,127 cases in 2015 to 30,450 in 2016), rioting 5 per cent (from 65,255 cases in 2015 to 61,974 in 2016 ), dacoity 4.5 per cent (from 3,972 cases in 2015 to 3,795 in 2016) and robbery 11.8 per cent (from 36,188 cases in 2015 to 31,906 in 2016).
However, when overall crime, including those under SLL, was taken into account, UP shot towards the top of the list.
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This year, a total of 8,132 cases of human trafficking were reported in the country with West Bengal reporting the highest number of cases (3,579) sharing almost 44% of the total cases followed by Rajasthan (1,422) sharing 17.9% of such cases in the country. Madhya Pradesh reported the highest number of cases of atrocities against STs accounting for 27.8% followed by Rajasthan with 18.2% (1,195 cases) and Odisha with 10.4% (681 cases).
In terms of kidnapping and abduction also, Delhi reported the maximum number of cases at 5,453 or 48.3 per cent in 2016 followed by Mumbai with 1,876 cases or 16.6 per cent, and Bengaluru with 879 cases or 7.8 per cent.
According to the NCRB data of 2016, 1,382 incidents of violence against senior citizens were reported in the state in 2016.
Maharashtra reported the highest number of missing persons (94,919 - 17.2%) out of the total of 5,49,008 persons (2,34,334 males and 3,14,674 females).
While Uttar Pradesh reported 4,889 murder cases, the national capital reported almost 40 percent of rape cases.
Delhi reported 33 percent (13,803 cases of the total 41,761 cases in 19 cities with a population above two million) of total crimes against women and was followed by Mumbai at 12.3 percent (5,128 cases).
Chandigarh ranks first, hence worst, among all states and union territories in terms of crime against senior citizens (people aged above 60).