Delhi CP Rakesh Asthana interacts with 50,000 women from 1784 beats

New Delhi, March 8 : Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana on Tuesday interacted with around 50,000 women from 1784 Police Beats across the city, on the occasion of International Women Day, a hybrid platform ‘Tarangini’. This was the first-ever interaction of the CP with women through video-conferencing to discuss their concerns. Besides, a large number of women representatives from RWAs and several professional fields attended the interaction at Adarsh Hall, Police Headquarters, said Delhi Police. The Delhi Police Commissioner also released Vivarnika, containing details of initiatives taken by Delhi Police in the field of women safety and women empowerment. The programme was beamed live through social media platforms. He underlined that Women’s Day should not remain limited to being just a specific day in the year, rather it should be observed every day in order to foster the values of dignity and equality towards them. “We cannot imagine the wholesome progress of the society without active participation of women, who constitute 50 per cent of the population,” said Asthana. CM RJ

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