NSCW raises concern over rise in crime against women

NSCW raises concern over rise in crime against women
NSCW chairperson Khrienuo Tachü with DC Dimapur, Rajesh Soundararajan on November 3.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 11/4/2020 12:54:53 PM IST

In the light of recent spate of crime against women and to raise issue of women’s safety in the state, the Nagaland State Commission for Women (NSCW) met with Dimapur district administration and law enforcement agencies on November 3.

A press release by NSCW stated that, chairperson of NSCW Khrienuo Tachü discussed with the district administration and law enforcement agencies that mass awareness and sensitisation programmes with regard to women’s safety needed to happen at the grassroot level. She said that it required collective effort of the society and that a strategic and coordinated effort of various stakeholders like the district administration, law enforcement agencies, churches, NGOs, and tribal bodies can enhance safety and protection of women in the state. 

The purpose of NSCW’s visit was to interact with the concerned authorities seeking their opinions and suggestions so as to come up with some important steps and measures to prevent  crime against women, and prioritise women’s security issue. NSCW took note of the comments and suggestions of the district authorities to ramp up its effort to ensure a safe environment for women in the state.


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