Naveen launches mobile App for women security

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    Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today launched the mobile App "Mo Sathi" for the security of women in the twin cities of Bhjubaneswar and Cuttack.

    Naveen launches mobile App for women security

    "I am happy to dedicate this application to women of the twin cities and urge all the women to make use of this technology to enhance their own security," Patnaik said. Asking police to give prompt response to women making use of this application, Patnaik said police could now ensure that its use was successful.

    Naveen launches mobile App for women security

    While the state government has already taken several steps to ensure safety of women by setting up 'Mahila and Sishu Desk' in all police stations in the state, the commisionrate of police of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack have also launched Pink Auto Service exclusively for women.

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    Noting that crimes against women have been a major concern of the government, Patnaik said the commissionrate of police had already imparted self-defense training for college girls.

    Naveen launches mobile App for women security

    The Chief Minister also called upon the police to investigate all crimes related to women with singular sincerity and professionalism.

    "Comprehensive investigation of such crimes against women, quick arrests and speedy trials will be an effective deterrent to such crimes," Patnaik said.

    Source: PTI

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