Following growing incidents of crime against women in Uttar Pradesh, state Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav called a review meeting of the “Women power line 1090” in his office on Tuesday morning and ordered to start “martial arts training” in all the government schools and colleges for girls.
Apart from other officers, Director General of Police A L Banerjee and in-charge of women cell at DGP office, ADG Sutapa Sanyal, were called for the review meeting. The Chief Minister asked the officers to find ways to strengthen the helpline further and make it more effective and prompt.
The 1090 helpline was inaugurated by Akhilesh in November 2012, and is managed and controlled by Women police personnel.
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The CM asked DGP A L Banerjee as well as ADG Sanyal to personally conduct regular surprise inspections at the women helpline centre.
He also ordered officers to open women helplines in all the districts and ensure that senior police officials of the district visit these helpline personally for monitoring and inspection.
The CM told officers that “no laxity in this work would be tolerated.”