Women victims of home violence, exploitation and others might search help from centre- DC
JALANDHAR:- Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori on Monday inspected the Sakhi-One Stop Centre, operational in Shaheed Babu Labh Singh Civil Hospital.
Accompanied by Civil Surgeon Dr. Balwant Singh and Medical Superintendent Dr. Parminder Kaur, Deputy Commissioner visited the shelter ward, medical assist, police help, authorized assist/case administration, psychosocial counseling, and short-term assist rooms within the centre.
He stated that the middle has proved to be a boon for the ladies who have been dealing with any type of drawback and it has already supplied help to the 380 victims of rape, home violence, bodily and psychological harassment, dowry in addition to others and sorted out 360 complaints by counseling.
The Deputy Commissioner additional stated that the sufferer might attain the Centre bodily or over the cellphone. He stated that this One Stop Centre offers assist and help to girls affected by violence, each in non-public and public areas in addition to safeguarding their pursuits in different circumstances like sexual exploitation, bodily or psychological torture and others.
Thori that in case the sufferer was minor the circumstances have been solved in coordination with authorities/establishments established beneath the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 and Protection of Children from Sexual Offence Act, 2012.
He stated that the essential function was to be certain that the rights of the sufferer have been protected they usually have been ready to safe justice by correct help by the authorities.
He stated that the brand new constructing has additionally been built-in with the 181- girls helpline of Punjab Police and the combination of the Sakhi-one stop centre with girls helpline-181 will make the companies extra accessible to the ladies in misery telephonically.
On being knowledgeable by centre’s coordinator Sandeep Kaur, he stated that he would write to the police division for the deployment of girls sleuths within the centre.
Prominent amongst current included DPO Gurminder Singh Randhawa, District Child and Protection Officer Ajay Bharti, Legal Probation Officer Sandeep Kumar, Child Protection Officers Amneet Kaur, Harneet Kaur, and others