At Citizens’ Foundation for Policy Solutions (CFPS), in pursuance of our objective to conceptualize and draft, policies and legislations on the issues of public importance CFPS took upon itself to make contributions in the effort to address the menace of Stalking in Delhi by drafting an amendment to the existing anti-stalking provisions under Section 354D of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Our proposal seeks to amend the anti-stalking law for Delhi. It overhauls the language of the penal provision bringing in specificity in order to reduce lexical vagueness. Further it aims to augments inclusivity through gender neutrality. The proposed draft is also supplanted with well-defined terms so as to curtail misinterpretations and misuse of the provision. Lastly the proposed draft also makes the offence non-bailable and specifically address the growing threat of cyber stalking.