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Grama Mahila Samrakshana Karyadarsi ’ playing robust role in solving women related problems in district

Chittoor, Dec 9 (UNI) ‘Grama Mahila Samrakshana Karyadarsi’ introduced by the Andhra Pradesh Government two months back, works adjacent to the Police Department, aiming to deal and solve the women related problems in both Urban and Rural areas is playing key role in Chittoor district.
The state government has sanctioned 14, 944 posts of ‘Grama Mahila SamrakshanaKaryadarsi (GMSK)’ among which 1325 were selected in the district and those are divided into five groups.
The first group training program was inaugurated by district Collector Narayan Bharat Gupta along with Superintendent of Police Senthil Kumar at Police Training College here on Monday.
After the inauguration of training program, the Collector sought the enthusiastic women youth to render their services for transparency in administration and corrupt free society as well as instant salvation of women related problems in urban and rural areas in the district.
These GMSKs have to work by taking the coordination of police department and these have to deal with problems such as law and order, atrocities against women, atrocities against SCs and SCs, civil rights protection, untouchability, sensitization of communities.
Later, the police officials in the Training College taught them some protection techniques and about police related issues.
But the thousand dollars question is all, these GMSKs, will get the cooperation of police on time while solving the problems in the rural and urban areas and some of the selectees shared their view about this job with UNI.
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