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Stop women’s exploitation in Uttarakhand

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Dehradun, Uttarakhand State Women’s Congress Committee met the newly-appointed Director General of Uttarakhand Police, Anil Kumar Rathodari, at Police Headquarters and handed him a memorandum. The Women Congress Committee demanded from the DGP that women harassment in the state should be banned in any way. Despite all the laws, the incidents of women exploitation are not taking the name of the rest, which is a matter of great concern.

At 11.00 am this morning, dozens of women related to the State Women Congress Committee reached the Uttarakhand police headquarters located at Subhash Road under the leadership of the state president Mrs Sarita Arya. Where Ueno met the newly appointed Director General of Police, Anil Kumar Rastri. And handed over the memorandum to them saying that the incidents of rising criminal incidents and increasing drug abuse in the state are extremely worrying in the state. Women are feeling insecure in the entire state due to the crime incidents happening with women organizations. There is a need to curb the events being carried out by anti-social elements. The Women Congress Committee said that crime incidents against women are increasing in the state, on which the Women Congress Committee expresses concern. The delegation told the DGP that security should be provided to the women in the vulnerable sections of the children in the wake of protection of domestic violence, because there is a lot of delay in investigating cases of crimes against women. Investigations are being done by women and child development agencies in connection with delayed disposal. He said that in many places in the capital Dehradun, there is a need to curb the impact of the drug addiction in the younger generation which is a matter of concern. Smt. Sarita Arya hoped to Director General of Police that in her efficient administration Uttarakhand police will get a better look at the law and order in the state. And with the reduction in the incidents of crime and drug addiction, the sense of security in women will increase. Among those who met the DGP were the chiefs of Mahanagar Women Committee, Mrs Kamlesh Raman, Mrs. Najma Khan, Meena Rawat, Chandrakala Negi, Pushpa Panwar, Asha Bisht, Bala Sharma, Shanti Tiwari, Anuradha Tiwari etc.

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