Over 250 join in ‘Women Help Desk’ awareness drive

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Over 250 join in ‘Women Help Desk’ awareness drive

Saturday, 21 September 2019 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

More than 250 people of Sanjay Nagar Jatkhedi participated in "Women Help Desk" awareness program organised by Udaya Social Development Society and Misrod Police on Friday.

Directory of Uday Lizzie Thomas said that women are victims of domestic violence and atrocities every day but they never raise voice due to fear of society and legal procedures.

SI Riddhi and Mahima told about the energy help desk of the energy desk MP that it is operated in 180 police stations of 12 districts of the state, in which each police station has a separate desk to deal with the cases of women in which violence and women related cases are dealt promptly. This special desk assist and take action on violence against women and at most of the desk in charge is women police.

SHO Misrod police Niranjan Sharma said that women should raise their voice against violence.

He assured that police would always take prompt action to prevent violence in the society with women.

In most of the cases it was found that crime against women are done by acquainted people.

He further added that special attention has to be paid to prevent harassment caused by social media as well as to prevent harassment of young girls and in such cases police should be informed or one can file complaint on 100 and 1090.

At the end of the program, an open session was organized for women, in which the 14 women core team of Nyay Chaupal shared working towards reducing violence.

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