The Delhi High Court on Monday said that there should be zero tolerance to anybody who intimidates a girl, woman or child and that society should ensure that women do not have to fear when they step out of their homes..A division bench of Justices Siddharth Mridul and Rajnish Bhatnagar, therefore, said that it will not grant bail to one Vijay Saini who had been sentenced to life by trial court for the murder of a 21-year-old woman who had snubbed his advances.“We cannot and we will not live in a society where women are fearful of going out of their homes in broad daylight... We are not going to enlarge him on bail. Zero tolerance against anybody who intimidates any girl, woman or child in this country. Zero tolerance," he said. .Saini has moved the High Court challenging the trial court judgment which awarded him life sentence for the murder of Delhi University student, Radhika Tanwar, in 2011. The girl was shot dead by Saini at Dhaula Kuan footover bridge just outside Ram Lal Anand College. The incident happened on women's day. It was alleged that Saini lived in the same locality as the girl and used to stalk her. He was also beaten by the locals for following Tanwar a few months earlier. .As soon as the bench was made aware of the facts of the case, Justice Mridul said that the court is not going to enlarge the man on bail."Somebody who is as vicious as this, this is what trial court said, we have not said anything on it yet... The incident occurred in 2011 and after 11 years there is an instant recall. You can imagine what every girl who leaves her house must have to endure.".The Court, however, noted that since the man has already gone incarceration for 11 years, it will hear the appeal on April 26.