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Haryana Govt decides to raise Women only Police Battalion, recruitment to start soon

August 6, 2017

Govt intends to raise Women strength from current 6% to 11% in future.

Women only Police Battalion
Women only Police Battalion

Today, the Haryana govt. said it has decided to raise a women police battalion for which recruitment of 1000 personnel’ll start very soon.

The % of women personnel in the state police has increased from 6 to 9.3 % & with the recruitment of 1000 more personnel, this would increase to 11%, an official release quoted CM Manohar Lal Khattar as saying.

CM Khattar made the announcement at the 2nd Haryana Mahila Police Diwas programme here.

To train the personnel a centre will also be established in Hisar.

Reiterating his govt’s commitment towards safety & empowerment of women, Khattar said 2 years ago, on Raksha Bandhan, the Haryana govt. had decided to establish Women Police stations in all the districts of the state.

“These police stations have been established & approval has been given to establish such Police stations in 8 sub-divisions,” the CM said.

About 38 women help-desks are being operated at the sub-divisional level & these can be converted into full-fledged stations, if required, he added.

Creches will also be provided at women police stations for children of police personnel & also those in custody. A counsellor will also be appointed at these stations, he said.

The CM said the ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ programme is yielding positive results, with the sex ratio at birth in the state crossing the 950 females per 1,000 males mark.

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