BJP On Women Care

 With crime against women and children in State have been rising consistently and the State Government has failed to rein in the perpetrators of these crimes, BJP has taken up the issue to reach out public.

Accordingly,  Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday announced its decision to launch ‘Mahila Surakhya Jatra’ on 17 May to protest against rising crime  against women and children in the State.
“The Mahila Surakhya Jatra will commence from May 17 and conclude on May 29. During the 11-day campaign, a total of 450 public meetings will be held across the State and Mahila Suraksha Raths will be rolled out from seven prominent temples to demand appropriate steps by the state government to address women’s safety,” said party’s State BJP Secretary, Lekhasri Samantsinghar told Media.
She further said the State Government has completely failed to check crimes against women and children.
“In most of these cases, the victims are minor girls. Effective measures should be put in place to strengthen law and order so that women feel safe in the state,” he added.
Nearly 2200 cases of rape and atrocities against women were reported during 2017, saffron leader alleged.
The campaign will be led by senior women leaders, including Lekhasri Samantsinghar , Pravati Parida and MLA Radharani Panda.
She said she will lead the campaign from the Mangala Temple in Kakatpur, Lekhashri from Bhadrakali Temple in Bhadrak, women wing vice president Sukeshi Ram from Chandi Mandir in Cuttack and Radharani from Samaleshwari Temple in Sambalpur.
Senior women leader Sangita Singh Deo will lead the campaign from Maa Patneswari temple in Patnagarh of Bolangir district, she said.
Over one crore families will be made aware during the campaign across the State, Ms.Parida added.  

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