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Member of State Women’s Commission holding public hearing in Bhadohi.
In Gyanpur, Usha Rani, a member of the State Women’s Commission, held a meeting with the station heads of the district. During this, the police officers of three police stations remained absent. He expressed displeasure at this. In addition, three applications were disposed of on the spot. He said that speedy justice should be provided in all the cases related to women.
During the public hearing, 24 applications have been received. Of these, three applications were disposed of on the spot. The remaining applications were sent to the concerned authorities. The member of the State Women’s Commission said that whatever are the cases related to the police, necessary action should be taken in the cases after investigating them. The program was organized with the aim of getting maximum benefit of various welfare schemes and getting justice to women.
Women attending the meeting of State Commission for Women in Gyanpur.
Problem solving instructions
Chief Medical Officer, Block Development Officer and SDM Gyanpur were directed to get the complaints received during public hearing on July 13 at the earliest. On this occasion, District Probation Officer, District Social Welfare Officer, District Program Officer, District Basic Education Apart from the officer, other officers and employees were present.