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Pragatinagar: Police hold awareness meet for schoolgirls
The Bachupally police on Wednesday organised an awareness symposium for the Zilla Parishad High School students on increasing attacks against minors and women.
Pragatinagar: The Bachupally police on Wednesday organised an awareness symposium for the Zilla Parishad High School students on increasing attacks against minors and women. Speakers blamed lack of awareness of laws among women and minors for the assaults, while urging students and women should to become acquainted with the legal set-up and laws.
They advised the victims to 'Dial 100' to enable police to reach the spot within three-five minutes. They should also download Hawkeye app so the victim's vehicle gets linked to the police control room, paving the way for the safe travel to the destination.
The speakers called upon students and women to be bold and get latest updates from their student days itself and use the police helpline numbers 100, 108, 101, 1090, 112, 1098. They stated that the Cyberabad police had constituted SHE team and a women and child safety team.
Among those present were Bachupally Inspector P Jagdishwar, SI Veera Shekar, school headmaster and teachers. They urged the gathering to utilise the police services like Hawkeye App and Dial 100 so that students don't become victims of assaults.