‘Humar Beti Humar Maan’ campaign in Chhattisgarh: CM Baghel announces – Police will go to Girls School College; Will give information about good-bad touch and law

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Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has made an important announcement on Friday that the state government will take care that there should be no atrocities on women, girls in schools-colleges, public places. For this, the state government is going to start the Humar Beti Humar Maan Abhiyan.

Giving information, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that now Humar Beti Hum Man helpline will also be started for this campaign. A mobile number will also be issued in which women and girls can complain about the problems being faced by them. There will be a separate team for redressal of these complaints which will give priority to it.

Lady officer will reach school-college
Under the Humar Beti Humar Maan Abhiyan, women officers and employees of the state police will go to the girls’ schools and colleges of the state. Women police officers will meet girls in schools and colleges. They will be given information on legal rights good touch, bad touch, molestation, sexual abuse, cyber crime, protection of social media crime and their rights.

IG’s responsibility fixed
According to the announcement of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, the investigation of crimes related to women will be done by women officers. Instructions have been given so that the challans of the cases can be presented in the court at the earliest. It will be entirely the responsibility of the IG of the monitoring range. A mobile app will also be launched for the Humar Beti Humar Maan Abhiyan, workshops will also be held in schools and colleges to give information about its use.

There will be special patrolling
Under the Humar Beti Humar Maan campaign, it will also be ensured that no girl is molested in a public place. According to the announcement of the Chief Minister, now special patrolling of the women’s team will be done in the public places with the presence of girls, schools and colleges.

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