Gwalior(Sandeep Shukla) 14.01.2024. On the instructions of the Director General of Police, Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal, Shri Sudhir Kumar Saxena (BHPUS), the “Dhriti” scheme was started in all the districts through Madhya Pradesh Police Welfare Centers to encourage and make the women and girls of police families self-reliant. Under this “Dhriti” scheme, women and girls from police families are showcasing their talents and skills, through which sewing, weaving, mehndi, drawing, handcraft, handprinting clothes, cooking, etc. have been taught by experts. An exhibition of the goods prepared by them will also be organized.
In line with the above instructions, an exhibition of materials prepared by the women of the police family under the “Dhriti” scheme was organized by the Gwalior Police in the exhibition sector located in the Gwalior Trade Fair complex. Which was inaugurated today by DIG Gwalior Range Smt. Krishnaveni Deshavtu (BJP) by cutting the ribbon and lighting the lamp. On this occasion, Superintendent of Police Gwalior Shri Rajesh Singh Chandel, BHP, Fighter 2nd Corps Shri Vineet Jain, Fighter 13th Corps Shri Rakesh Kumar Sagar, Atty. Superintendent of Police (East/Crime/Traffic) Mr. Hrishikesh Meena, BHP, CSP Murar Vidita Dagar (BHP), Trainee IPS Anu Beniwal, Fair Incharge SDOP Behat, Mr. Santosh Patel, CSP University Hina Khan, Reserve Inspector Gwalior, Mr. Satyaprakash Mishra, and other police officers. And the employees should be present. After the inauguration of the police exhibition, DIG Gwalior Range visited the fair along with the police officers and took stock of the security arrangements. After seeing the security arrangements of the fair premises through CCTV installed in the fair police control room, he gave the necessary instructions to the police officers.
The exhibition organized by Gwalior Police in the Gwalior Trade Fair premises under the “Dhriti” scheme of the material prepared by the women of the police family is being appreciated by the general public, and the material prepared by the women of the police family is being sold well by the people. It is happening. The profit received from the goods sold in the exhibition will be distributed among the women of police families. In the exhibition organized by the police in the fair, the material prepared by the women of police families of Gwalior Police, 2nd Corps, 13th Corps, 14th Corps, and 5th Corps has been kept for sale. In Police Line Gwalior, the women of the police family have been trained by experts under the guidance of Reserve Inspector Gwalior, Mr. Satyaprakash Mishra.