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Safety and Crime in Nagpur, Maharashtra

four local experts

Here's what 4 local experts had to say about safety and crime in Nagpur.

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Nagpur is a city where the crime rate is comparatively very less than any other metropolitan city. It is known as Orange City as the oranges produced here are exported all over the world. Nagpur is also called the Tiger Capital of India because the city is surrounded by various sanctuaries. Nagpur also has the greenest metro in the world.

Parveen, says: 2020

Nagpur is a great place. The markets are closer and all facilities are present. It is actually a very nice place to have a decent living. Many companies are headquartered in Nagpur. It is the main region for orange trading. Nagpur is overall a relaxed and safer place.

Byomakesh, says: 2020

Nagpur has good environment. Now metro has also started to ease travelling issues. Schools, Colleges, AIIMS, IIM, NIT such good institutes are also there. Less pollution and good vicinity. Less crime rates too, compared to other cities. Nagpur has good source of railways, roadways and airways too.

Nagpur is known for its oranges and hence it is called orange city. It’s a developed city in all aspects–security, education, electricity, medical facilities etc. Here the famous Dragon Palace is located, which is a Buddhist temple. There are five water reservoirs in Nagpur which were implanted by great ancient leaders of the history.

Sandip, says: 2020

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