Damini project launched to address issues of girls in Nalgonda
District Superintendent of Police Srinivas Rao suggested the girls not to post their photos on Facebook, WhatsApp and other social media sites and...
Nalgonda: District Superintendent of Police Srinivas Rao suggested the girls not to post their photos on Facebook, WhatsApp and other social media sites and give scope to others to morph their pictures. He said the girls should show zero tolerance towards the brats who harass in the name of love.
The SP on Wednesday formally launched the Damini Project in Nalgonda. Speaking on this occasion, the SP informed that the main motto of Damini project was to create awareness among adolescent girls on various crimes.
As part of the project, a team of members including women doctors, police officials, advocates will conduct awareness programmes in educational institutes to focus on issues being faced by adolescent girls and address them.
On the occasion, a power point presentation was held on how the girls were being trapped and cheated in the name of love. During the presentation, Rao highlighted the pathetic condition of girls, whose lives were disturbed in love affairs. He informed that through the project they aim to create awareness among girls aged between 12 and 17 on issues like harassment, health problems and educational opportunities.
Stating that majority of adolescent girls were committing suicides due to various pressures, he informed that psychiatrist of Damini group would teach the girls on how to control their emotions in critical times. Indian Medical Association Neelagiri unit president Dr Vasantha Kumari, advocate Prameela and others took part in the programme.