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Commissioner and DM honoring the princes in the Collectorate Auditorium.

Displeased, the state government instructed to write the numbers of all the helplines
Saw child friend police station and one-stop center in Kotwali, Media also reached Ahmednagar

Bareilly. In the Mission Shakti Abhiyan, Dr. Sarika Mohan, the nodal officer of the district and the director of Child Development Services and Nutrition, inspected the Bal Mitra police station in Kotwali on Sunday and was surprised to see that not a single government helpline number was written there. . Expressing displeasure over this, he directed that the numbers of all the helplines related to women and children be written on the wall. Records of female crimes and pending cases were also taken. Also inspected the One-Stop Center.
Seeing the record of women crimes in Kotwali, he asked Sub-Inspector Suman to provide complete data to the District Probation Officer. At 12.30 she went to the One-Stop Center operated by the Ministry of Women Welfare and Child Development, where she saw the counseling room, training room, and medical room. After this, after checking the register, we got information about the cases. Asked employees about their work and also looked at data feeding. A mission power program was going on in the training room. The nodal officer briefed the women about this mission here.
In a webinar on gender crimes, District Probation Officer Neeta Ahirwar discussed topics such as female feticide, child marriage, sexual offenses, domestic violence, child trafficking along with the Mission Shakti Abhiyan. Beginners were attended by girls, women from voluntary organizations, government employees. After inspection of the forest stop center, the nodal officer reached Media Ahmed Nagar village of Bithri block. While a young girl here urged them to get self-defense training, the nodal officer asked DPO Nita Ahirwar to make plans to train the girls. Kalpana of the village gave her accurate information about the objectives of Beti Bachao, the Beti Padhao scheme, a number of women helplines. On this, he rewarded Kalpana by giving mementos.

Women head and councilor joined CM’s dialogue

Bareilly. On the Mission Shakti Abhiyan, the Chief Minister held a video conference at 4 pm. The female head and councilor were present here during the Collectorate here. During the program, the commissioner and DM also honored the women’s heads. Commissioner Ranveer Prasad, Nodal Officer Dr. Sarika Mohan, DM Nitish Kumar, CDO Chandra Mohan Garg were present at the conference. The Chief Minister’s dialogues were attended by Rinki Dixit, the chief of Banjara, Rekha Rani of Sisaiya, Rajrani of Khanpur, Rajwati Maurya of Jatupatti, Soni Maurya of Damkhoda, Geeta Devi of Poungala, Brijesh Kumari of Sirondhi, and Councilor Shalini Johri.

Displeased, the state government instructed to write the numbers of all the helplines

Saw child friend police station and one-stop center in Kotwali, Media also reached Ahmednagar

Bareilly. In the Mission Shakti Abhiyan, Dr. Sarika Mohan, the nodal officer of the district and the director of Child Development Services and Nutrition, inspected the Bal Mitra police station in Kotwali on Sunday and was surprised to see that not a single government helpline number was written there. . Expressing displeasure over this, he directed that the numbers of all the helplines related to women and children be written on the wall. Records of female crimes and pending cases were also taken. Also inspected the One-Stop Center.

Seeing the record of women crimes in Kotwali, he asked Sub-Inspector Suman to provide complete data to the District Probation Officer. At 12.30 she went to the One-Stop Center operated by the Ministry of Women Welfare and Child Development, where she saw the counseling room, training room, and medical room. After this, after checking the register, we got information about the cases. Asked employees about their work and also looked at data feeding. A mission power program was going on in the training room. The nodal officer briefed the women about this mission here. In a webinar on gender crimes, District Probation Officer Neeta Ahirwar discussed topics such as female feticide, child marriage, sexual offenses, domestic violence, child trafficking along with the Mission Shakti Abhiyan. Beginners were attended by girls, women from voluntary organizations, government employees. After inspection of the forest stop center, the nodal officer reached Media Ahmed Nagar village of Bithri block. While a young girl here urged them to get self-defense training, the nodal officer asked DPO Nita Ahirwar to make plans to train the girls. Kalpana of the village gave her accurate information about the objectives of Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme, a number of women helplines. On this, he rewarded Kalpana by giving mementos.

Women head and councilor joined CM’s dialogue

Bareilly. On the Mission Shakti Abhiyan, the Chief Minister held a video conference at 4 pm. The female head and councilor were present here during the Collectorate here. During the program, the commissioner and DM also honored the women’s heads. Commissioner Ranveer Prasad, Nodal Officer Dr. Sarika Mohan, DM Nitish Kumar, CDO Chandra Mohan Garg were present at the conference. The Chief Minister’s dialogues were attended by Rinki Dixit, Principal of Banjara, Rekha Rani of Sisaiya, Rajrani of Khanpur, Rajwati Maurya of Jatupatti, Soni Maurya of Damkhoda, Geeta Devi of Poungala, Brijesh Kumari of Sirondhi, and Councilor Shalini Johri.

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