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Lt. Governor Delhi, Sh. Anil Baijal chairs the 9th meeting of Task Force on Women Safety at Raj Niwas.

Date: 
Wednesday, June 12, 2019

  • Lt. Governor Delhi, Sh. Anil Baijal chairs the 9th meeting of Task Force on Women Safety at Raj Niwas.
  • Chief Secretary to monitor the installation work of panic buttons in public transport to ensure completion in a time-bound manner : LG
  • All stakeholders must have a focused and coordinated strategy to make Delhi a safe city for women : LG
  • Intensify Police Patrolling during opening / closing timings of schools/colleges to ensure safety of girl students: LG

 

Sh. Anil Baijal, Hon’ble Lt. Governor, Delhi chaired the 9th meeting of the ‘Task Force on Women Safety Issues’ at Raj Niwas today. The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary, Delhi; Chairperson Delhi Commission for Women; Addl. Chief Secretary (Home); GNCTD, Commissioner of Police, Delhi; Chairperson (NDMC); Pr. Secretary (Law), GNCTD; Divisional Commissioner, GNCTD; Pr. Secretary (Law and Justice); Secretary (Education); Secretary (Higher Education); Secretary (Social Welfare & WCD), GNCTD; Commissioner (Excise), Member Secretary (DSLSA); Director (Prosecution), GNCTD; Director (IHBAS); Director (FSL) etc..

At the outset, Hon’ble Lt. Governor was informed about the ‘Action
Taken Report’
of various Departments on steps taken towards Women Safety in the city.

Regarding dark spots it was informed that all MCDs and NDMC have addressed the dark sports identified by Safetipin in 2016. A daily report is generated by PCR on streetlights requiring repairs and shared with the civic agencies. It was also informed that MORTH has mandated that all public transport vehicle have panic buttons and CCTVs.

Delhi Police informed that they have started several initiatives for women safety such as Sashakti Scheme, Anti- Stalking Service, Publication Facilitation Officers; Women Help Desks; Public Perception Survey; Special Recruitment Drive for women, etc.

Delhi Police further informed that they are taking several steps regarding women safety such deployment of police personnel at opening and closing time of girl/Co-Education Schools and Colleges; intensive patrolling of ERVs, QRTs & Motor Cycles and round the clock; extensive publicising of Women Helpline No. 1091; coordination with NGOs and agencies running night shelters for homeless; establishment of clearly identifiable police booths/facilitation kiosks in vulnerable areas apart from regular meetings with NGOs and stakeholders under the Chairmanship of Spl. CP/DCsPs/SDPOs/ SHOs for safety of women.

Delhi Police also informed that special recruitment drives are being organized to recruit women belonging to North-Eastern States. 2634 women Constables/Sub-Inspectors of North-Eastern States have joined in Delhi Police. Recruitment of 379 Women Sub-Inspectors is under process. Transport Department has also employed 70 Women Conductors.

Hon’ble LG was further informed that 19 women shelter (capacity 1244 inmates) are being managed by DUSIB. Special teams have been formed for inspection of women shelters. 5 institutions for women with mental health issues with 658 inmates are being managed by Department of Social Welfare.

Regarding awareness, it was informed that important phone numbers of police and Women and Child helpline have been displayed in every school prominently. It was also informed that “Internal Complaints Committee” have been constituted by Dte. of Education in various Schools, Zone, District and HQ level. An online module for registering complaints under the sexual harassment at workplace has been developed. Sexual Harassment Committee has been constituted by TTE in all Colleges, Institutes of Technology and ITIs.

Lt. Governor advised Chief Secretary to monitor the installation work of panic buttons in public transport to ensure completion in a time bound manner. Hon’ble LG also advised Secretary (Social Welfare) to intensify the skill development programmes in Women and Children Homes. Hon’ble LG directed police to intensify patrolling during opening/closing timings of schools/colleges to ensure safety of girl students.

Lt. Governor emphasized that all stakeholders must have a focused and coordinated strategy to make Delhi a safe city for women. Stressing on the need for a change in mindset as well, he directed the departments to keep up their efforts for generating awareness and sensitization. He urged all concerned to work towards creating a Delhi that is safe for women.


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