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    Published On : Thu, Feb 1st, 2018

    Bharosa Cell, a blessing for distressed women

    Nagpur: Integrated Multiagency Centre (Bharosa Cell), a brain child of Police Commissioner Dr K Venkatesham started for distressed women has completed one year of its existence. This cell has all the facilities under one roof, like police help, counselling, legal service, Child Protection Officer, other departments that can helpa woman .

    On 30 and 31 Jan, 2018 a state-level counselling workshop was held. The Women and Child Development Officers and Police Office from every district of the state attended.

    During the assembly session the women MLAs and Women and Child Development Minister Pankaja Munde had visited the cell which has all the facilities for the distressd women. After seeing the cell they had said that all over state such Bharosa Cells be opened.

    As preparation for these cells the two-day workshop was held. The participants in the workshop got to know the working of the cell. On 30 Jan they experienced how the case of person coming for help is handled successfully and satisfactorily at Bharosa cell. The family members are counselled properly. The problems are solved here and relations are maintained.

    On the second day that is 31 Jan Police commissioner Dr K Venkatesham, District Collector Sachin Kurvey, Divisional Deputy Commissioner, Women and Child Development Borkhade, District Legal Aid Authority Secretary Kunal Jadhav, Assistant Police Commissioner Shivaji Bodkhe participated.

    Speaking on the occasion District Collector Sachin Kurvey said, till now he had

    not seen all the facilities being given under one roof or any organisation successfully implementing it. It is because of Bharosa Cell they had been experiencing it.

    Police Commissioner Dr K Venkatesham said, the Indian Culture family system attracts the entire world and is an ideal social organisation. The changing style and urbansiation is a big blow to the Indian family system. But to keep it from being distrubed the Bharosa Cell is working, he said. It is not a big thing to start an organisation but to keep it successfully running is necessary, he added.

    The Bharosa cell had received nearly 2303 complaints and out of these 849 were successfully redressed. Similarly other women were counselled and given help. There were 237 men’s complaints.

    Divisional Deputy Commissioner Women and Child Development Borkhade informed that last year 11 organisations in various district were started but Bharosa Cell of Nagpur Police is the best.

    Legal Aid Service Authority’s Secretary Kunal Jadhav said, they were happy that they were was one part of the Bharosa cell. He said they experienced a satisfaction while helping the distressed people through this cell.

    The participating officials discussed about counselling and other things.

    The programme was organised by PI Shubhada Sankhani and other staff members under the guidance of DCP Khedkar.

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