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Punjab State Women Commission Chairperson Manisha Gulati exhorts Police to start Awareness Drive on Women Rights

Jalandhar, July 2, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Chairperson of Punjab State Women Commission Ms Manisha Gulati on Tuesday directed the police to start awareness drive to sensitize the women about their rights in the district.

Ms Gulati, who visited the women police station and held a meeting with ADCP (Headquarters) Mr Sachin Gupta and others, said that the drive must be initiated from the educational institutions including schools, colleges or university level following ward and village wise.

She said that she would actively participate in the drive and the commission will leave no stone unturned in making every woman aware of her rights.

The Chairperson asked women police station to give a detailed report regarding serious and long pending complaints to the commission so that speedy justice can be provided to the victims with its direct involvement.

She said that all the complaints must be settled within the stipulated time without causing any kind of undue delay after a thorough probe.

During her visit, Ms Gulati met various complainants, said that the commission has taken note of such complaints during visits to the other districts.

On the occasion, Deputy Director Mr Vijay Kumar, ACP Mr Ashok Kumar, Sub Inspector Ms Mandeep Kaur and others were present.

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