The Chief Minister extended Rakhi Purnima (Rakhi Purnima) greetings to all the sisters of the state on the auspicious occasion here today through his Twitter. He wished everyone to be safe during Covid-19 times and celebrate the Rakhi Purnima with a positive spirit. To mark the Raksha Bandhan a special festival of love and bond between the brother and sister as well as to give more protection to the women and girls in the State, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy today launched the e-Raksha Bandhan on Monday.
With the collaboration of Cyber Peace Foundation, the e-Raksha Bandhan program conducted jointly by the State police and CID to bring awareness among the public, especially women, youth and children through webinars and AP CID’s official YouTube channel. The participants were explained different types of cybercrimes, and tackling techniques and alarm raising methods. As a part of this program, experts on women’s safety gave suggestions to the women over how to protecting themselves from cybercrimes and tackling techniques.
AP CM has asserted that the cyber wing will collect all the complaints made by the distressed women via Disha App, Cyber Mitra, Disha PS, and other online phone numbers. He said the one-month orientation program would be conducted for women to create awareness of it.
Earlier, the State government has already enacted new laws and has been giving top priority for the safety of women and children. Disha police stations have been inaugurated in the State to ensure speedy investigation of cases and punish the culprits.
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