Jammu Nov 25:- In order to create awareness about gender equality & the need to put an end to alk forms of violence & discrimination with women, the Internatiinal day of elimination of violence was observed at GMC,Jammu.
Dr Shashi Sudan Sharma while speaking on the occassion said that the world should be a place of equal opportunities to females and in a civilised world there is no place for violence against women.
She urged everyone to work for creating an environment both within & outside the homes where there is no place for violence & discrimination against females.
She further said that it is the responsibility of everyone to work for creating a world of equal opportunities and educational institutions have a great role in it.
Dr Navneet Kaur, founder Chairperson of NGO SUPPORT, National Chairperson of National Human Rights Social Justice Council of India, who is also the Executive Member of Gender Harrasment Committee of GMC and many Govt organisations said that the theme for this year is “UNITE! Activism to End Violence against Women & Girls!” . She stressed on safer environments for women and girls at home and at work place .
Dr Meena Sidhu HOD Bloody Bank GMC & Chairperson Gender Harrasment Committee also addressed the audience with her positive talk on how we can eliminate Violence against Women and Girls and how we can have an equal world for women.
Dr Sunil addressed the students to have a positive approach and how men & boys can contribute to this social change with an understanding behaviour .
Dr Navneet Kaur, Chairperson Gender Harrasment Committee honoured the Principal GMC Jammu, Dr Kailash Thakur, Dr Sunil and other members of the Gender Harrasment Committee .
Suspicious object found in a vehicle in Ramban
Probe underway:- SSP Ramban
Srinagar Nov 25:- A suspicious object was found in a vehicle in Nashri area of Ramban district on Friday.
SSP Ramban Mohita Sharma said that a suspicious object was found in a vehicle near Nashri Naka today.
We had specific input on this. We continuously appeal to truck drivers, taxi drivers to understand the danger of sticky bombs as it is a real threat, she said.
Further probe is underway and investigation is going on, Sharma added.