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Speak Up, Stay Safe Gwalior Police’s Empowerment Drive for Students and Auto Drivers

ByTheCurrentScenario

Jan 12, 2024
Gwalior

Gwalior (Pavan Paruthi) Under the direction of Superintendent of Police Gwalior Rajesh Singh Chandel, a women awareness safety campaign is being run in Gwalior district under the guidance of ASP City (Central/Women Crime) Akhilesh Rainwal* and DSP Women Crime Mrs. Kiran Ahirwar. In the same sequence, on January 12, 2024, a “Don’t remain silent, raise your voice” awareness campaign was conducted for the safety of women among the students of Government Higher Secondary School N 2 Murar and the auto drivers standing outside KRG College Kampu. SI Madhu Bansal and SI Sulekha, a lady police officer, were present in this campaign.

In the women’s awareness campaign, SI Madhu Bansal* conducted “Don’t remain silent, raise your voice” awareness campaign for the safety of women in Government Higher Secondary School No. 2 Murar. In this campaign, school students and school staff were made aware by giving them information about women’s helpline number, police helpline number, cyber helpline number, child helpline number, National Commission for Women helpline number, police mobile app Citizen Cop. The students were given a pamphlet of ‘Be alert, be alert civil society’ along with all the helpline numbers and were told the importance of all the helpline numbers and they were told to complain to the police in case of any kind of incident.

Similarly, in the women’s awareness campaign, SI Sulekha went to all the auto drivers standing at the auto stand outside KRG College Kampu and launched the “Don’t remain silent, raise your voice” awareness campaign for the safety of women. In this campaign, they were made aware about the police mobile app Citizen Cop by making them aware of all the helpline numbers including the women’s helpline number. In this women’s awareness campaign, pamphlets containing all the helpline numbers and ‘Be alert, be safe’ civil society pamphlets were distributed to auto drivers and pasted at public places. Auto drivers were given an oath to protect women and were also told to complain to the police in case of any incident.

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