Crime in Chandigarh, India

Crime rates in Chandigarh, India

Level of crime
43.50 Moderate
Crime increasing in the past 3 years
63.87 High
Worries home broken and things stolen
45.05 Moderate
Worries being mugged or robbed
41.32 Moderate
Worries car stolen
44.40 Moderate
Worries things from car stolen
46.48 Moderate
Worries attacked
36.33 Low
Worries being insulted
33.95 Low
Worries being subject to a physical attack because of your skin color, ethnic origin, gender or religion
26.25 Low
Problem people using or dealing drugs
50.95 Moderate
Problem property crimes such as vandalism and theft
50.65 Moderate
Problem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery
42.52 Moderate
Problem corruption and bribery
58.84 Moderate

Safety in Chandigarh, India

Safety walking alone during daylight
72.11 High
Safety walking alone during night
51.54 Moderate

Contributors: 87

Last update: April 2021

These data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 3 years.

If the value is 0, it means it is perceived as very low, and if the value is 100, it means it is perceived as very high.

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3 Comments so far
Harvinder Kaur on Oct 10, 2020:
I was born in Chandigarh but have lived in South India. Let me tell you that South Indians are much more soft-spoken than Punjabis and Haryanvis.
Southern India is hands-down much more safer than entire North and Central India. Punjabis and Haryanvis - the 2 largest communities of Chandigarh are rude, rash in conversation and have plenty of attitude. They don't have control over their words and some of them cannot control their actions.
Most Punjabis and Haryanvis never listen to others, and speak non-stop with a loud voice in conversations.
South Indians will surely find these Punjabi/Haryanvi and Jatt people to be very bossy and intimidating.
This is Chandigarh culture and the true nature of 'India's most planned city'.
Manpreet on Jan 11, 2020:
Chandigarh is a planned city. That's the only saving grace of this place.

But in all aspects of living, the South Indian cities of Bangalore, Chennai, Mangalore, Coimbatore, Mysore and Thiruvananthapuram are far better than any place in the rest of India.
The zone around these 6 cities is considered the most prosperous, most developed and undoubtedly the best region of India. The people in and around these 6 cities are very good and very decent and very well-mannered.

Mumbai-Pune and Hyderabad have many industries, but they lack in many parameters regarding quality of life and the attitude of the people.

People in Northern India are biased and have kept the capital of India in Delhi, which is arguably the WORST place in the world. Even the Prime Minister candidate is never appointed from South India, especially from those 6 cities mentioned above.

If the Southern region of India comprising those 6 cities were made a separate country, then that country will be among the very highly developed countries of the world.
Sukhwinder on Dec 21, 2019:
Being a Punjabi myself, I'll have to admit that most Chandigarh people are amongst the highly rude, most arrogant, very bossy and egoistic people you'll find in India. Never make friends with Punjabis, Jatts and Haryanvi people.

Most Punjabis, Jatts and Haryanvis are Narcissists and are ready to have a bloody physical fight with you, even for a petty reason. Chandigarh is filled with such people.
Chandigarh's only selling point is that it is a well planned city, designed by a European architect.
In all parameters including cleanliness, safety, healthcare, infrastructure and people behaviour, all the South Indian cities are much much better than Chandigarh.
I myself have moved down South, and have no reason to ever return back to Chandigarh.