Cops presented roses on International Peace Day
Several women celebrated the International Peace Day on Saturday by offering white roses to women cops and sharing their thoughts by visiting All...
Ghansi Bazar: Several women celebrated the International Peace Day on Saturday by offering white roses to women cops and sharing their thoughts by visiting All Women Police Station (South Zone), located at Ghansi Bazar.
Led by city secretary of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) Ayesha Sultana, they met K Madhulatha, Inspector, on Saturday and offered her white roses as a message of peace marking the International Peace Day.
While interacting with the women, the Inspector said that peace is the ultimate way of life and understanding and respecting each other would ensure peaceful coexistence. Expressing concern over the increase in number of cases where discord between the couples was ending up in ruining lives, she said that both the husband and wife should understand each other and their rights and responsibilities vis-a-vis others for spending a peaceful life.
Ayesha Sultana also expressed her concern over the increasing number of attacks on women and cases related dowry harassment, even though there were stricter norms to control them. She also cited the message of peace and teachings of Prophet and emphasised the way he strived for global peace.
She also explained the meaning of Islamic greeting 'Assalamualaikum', which means wishing for peace and prosperity of the other person. She felt that it was everyone's responsibility to strive for peace.
Later, the delegation also distributed white roses among other staff at the police station. The gesture was lauded by Madhulatha. She said that it sends a clear message of peace. Similar programme was conducted at Saroornagar police station by JIH's women wing.