Satpur: Considering rising sexual atrocities in society, every parent should remain alert about this. It is important that they should communicate with their children and understand their difficulties. If children contact teachers, parents or police immediately in case of sexual atrocities, it will help in preventing further incident, stated convener of Nanhi Kali Jyoti Wakchoure.
She was speaking in a programme ‘Adishakti – Jagar Stri Shakticha’, organised by the city police commissionerate at Ashramshala, Mhasrul. DCP Madhuri Kangne, ACP Vijaykumar Chavan, police inspector of Mhasrul police station Subhashchandra Deshmukh and Shobha Pawar were present on dais.
While speaking about difficulties of boys and girls and measures for them, Jyoti Wakchoure said that if students involve in reading in their school life, they can found a key for success. They should provide their attention towards diet and exercise. They should also play outdoor games. Especially, they should have friendly relations with their mothers and mothers should also talk with their girls regularly, she added. While urging to select friends consciously, Wakchoure stated that parents should be remain aware about this.
“It is important to understand touch of every person we meet. Police are also provided their help in such time, she said and given information about good and bad touch through visual presentation. While speaking over sexual atrocities against children, Shobha Pawar informed about types of sexual atrocities. She also provided their guidance about how parents and teachers should identity their condition. Teachers as well as parents should also provide their minute attention to behavioural changes among their children, she added.
DCP Madhuri Kangne and ACP Vijaykumar Chavan explained in detail about role by police force and expectation. They urged that students should contact police directly without any fear. In her introductory speech, assistant police inspector (women safety) Bhavana Mahajan clarified the purpose behind organisation of this programme. Subhashchandra Deshmukh proposed the vote of thanks.