Hyderabad police make efforts to prevent separation of couples
City police commissioner, M Mahender Reddy said that counseling centers were set up to prevent separation of wife and husband over petty issues. He was addressing a programme titled \'Kalasi vunte kaladu sukham\' (living together in happiness), organised by the North Zone police as part of community policing at Tivoli Gardens.
Hyderabad: City police commissioner, M Mahender Reddy said that counselling centers were set up to prevent separation of wife and husband over petty issues. He was addressing a programme titled 'Kalasi vunte kaladu sukham' (living together in happiness), organised by the North Zone police as part of community policing at Tivoli Gardens.
On the occasion, the city police chief said, "Elderly people used to sort out the differences between wife and husband in joint families. However, now that joint families are disappeared and micro family culture has set in. The need for counseling centers has arisen."
It is happy to see 72 couples, who came to the police following differences over various issues, have been united again and leading their lives happily, he said and appealed to the couples to approach counselling centers before getting separated over petty reasons.
Additional commissioner of police Swati Lakra said the Bharosa Center set up by the city police has been playing a crucial role in uniting the couples. Counselling was being conducted with the support of several NGOs. She said that Bharosa Center run by the city police is a unique project.
As many as 72 couples who were about to get separated over petty reasons were united through counseling. All those united couples along with their families attended the programme and shared their experiences. Deputy Commissioner of Police, north zone, B Sumathi and others officers were present.