Hyderabad Police launches new female safety initiative

October 24, 2021 1:51 p.m. STI

Hyderabad (Telangana) [India]Oct 24 (ANI): For better protection and safety of women, Hyderabad Police ‘She’ Unit has launched a new initiative called ‘Saat Saat Ab Aur Bhi Pass’ which was launched by Hyderabad Police on Saturday. the city of Hyderabad.
Hyderabad’s ‘She’ team celebrated their 7th anniversary on Saturday. Within this framework, Hyderabad Police Commissioner, Anjani Kumar, inaugurated “SAAT – Saath Ab Aur Bhi Pas” in the presence of an additional Police Commissioner, Shikha Goel.
According to the official statement of Hyderabad Police, “She” teams were launched on 24 October 2014 in the city of Hyderabad. These teams were formed keeping in mind the vision of the Telangana government of a safe and secure environment for women. With the successful impact created by the “She” teams, the concept is being replicated not only across the state of Telangana but also in many other states like Kerala, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.

Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar in an interview with ANI said that on the occasion “We have decided that Hyderabad ‘She’ Team Leader Sirisha Ragavedra, who is also the additional DCP, will come here every Wednesday to Chelapura South zone to provide relief and quick remedies to women and girls in this area.”
“According to statistics from the National Crime Records Bureau, Hyderabad is one of the safest cities in India when it comes to women’s safety. But we must continue the work. We must ensure that crime against women be further reduced. Any criminal activity with the intention of harming women must be dealt with promptly. I congratulate all the officers here present and my best wishes to the 200 women who have come here from various schools,” said Anjani Kumar.
The Hyderabad Police Commissioner has applauded ‘Elle Teams’, the first initiative of its kind by Hyderabad City Police, as it has tackled the issues of more than 8,000 victims and their families, in which 687 FIRs were registered, 723 petty ones were filed and 942 in flagrante delicto. cases were reserved. (ANI)

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