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Inspector General of Police invites Non-Governmental Organizations to meet SHOs
( 17 April 1999)

    Inspector General of Police Dr Kiran Bedi has invited representatives of city based NGOs to a meeting on May 1, where they would be introduced to the area SHOs to have smoother interaction between the two. 
    The IGP was participating in a discussion on ‘Empowerment of Women’, organized by the local chapter of Indian Council of Social Welfare, here today.
    The IGP also reiterated the importance of having a drug de-addiction and family counseling center in the city to counter instances of domestic violence, dysfunctional homes and other crimes against women and children, she assured the gathering that 100 per cent  

response would be given to their complaints.
    Bedi talked about making the city police a role model in crime prevention which would make policing accountable, transparent, honest, sensitive and free from gender bias.

    The discussion continued with P.H. Vaishnav giving a lecture on the importance of planning properly to ensure women’s empowerment, Municipal Councilor Harjinder Kaur also spoke on the occasion.
    Others present were P.G. Gavai, President, ISCW, Jai Shree Sharma, ex-chairperson, Cha
ndigarh Social Advisory Board, and Rani Sharma, President of the local ICSW chapter.

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