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NGO Support celebrates International Day on violance against women
11/24/2022 10:25:27 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 24: Making International Day for the elimination of violence against women is more meaningful!
As you know it's a day when we address the issues related to violence against women and most relevant is that we support all the relevant issues related to women on this special day so that We can aware them about there rights so that they no not become victims of sexual & verbal abuse, domestic violence and other atrocities, counsel them, make them sustainable, educate them, help them in any kind of atrocities, make them aware of their rights, make them safe at school, colleges, at public places and at work places. Make them equal.
Today Dr Navneet Kaur chairperson NGO support & National Human Rights Social Justice Council of India, president Women and Child All India Sustainable Development Council addressed the importance of this day and honoured the SHO Arti Thakur who is heading the Women’s Cell Gandhi Nagar & her dedicated team which has been working towards the elimination of violence against women and has been addressing & readdressing their issues and resolving most of them to make a better society.
SHO Arti Thakur takeover will inspire many girls to take up policing to protect children and women from violence and abuse. Dr Navneet Kaur honoured the Station Head Officer Madam Arti Thakur & the Staff of Women Cell Gandhi Nagar for their excellent contribution and services to the society.
Dr Kaur also stated that, "Most women are the ones discriminating against their fellow gender, and creates a vacuum for men to follow suit, you are a woman , educated, opportune to be in a better position, the least you can do to your gender is to give them the basic education, now thats some kindness."
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