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One of the selectee, Divya from Chinnagottigallu mandal, who has been working for one month, said she has completed MA (Telugu) and she expressed immense happiness over the duties of this GMSK as this will take her near to the public in solving their problems.
She said this system will surely help in reducing the atrocities against women particularly in Rural areas as the GMSKs can get immediate response from concerned police station on their call.
Another selectee, Gouthami from Punganur mandal, who has been working for two months, said she has completed MBA and she found real work satisfaction after going around in Laddigam village where she has been working as GMSK.
She continued that this system will enable common man to address their problem immediately.
One more selectee, J Hemalatha ( MSc BEd ) from Palamaneru, said this system will completely helpful in curbing atrocities against SC and STs and also useful in keeping law and order.
She told that the police cooperation and immediate response should be needed in getting solved the problems which they deal with.
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