Poetry on SHE Teams ‘Hithaishe’ released on National Girl Child Day

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IG Swathi Lakra and others are seen releasing a poetry book on SHE Teams 'Hithaishe' on the National Girl Child Day.

The Inspector-General of Police L&O and WPW Swathi Lakra has urged the students not to suffer in silence and to be bold enough to report any sought of harassment by using various services of the police. Dial-100 and Hawk-Eye mobile application can be used to report any sought of crime at any point in time.

She was speaking after releasing a poetry book ”Hithaishe” on the She Teams written by a writer Seela Subhadra Devi at a special programme organised in association with Tharuni Association in the Kasturba Gandhi College, Secunderabad on Friday commemorating the National Girl Child Day on Friday.

She said if the students find it difficult reaching police, they may report it to their elders or institution heads who would, in turn, take the help of the police. SHE Teams is working for your safety, please feel free to approach at any time.            

Superintendent of Police She Teams Smt. Sumathi, founder Tharuni NGO Dr.Mamatha Raghuveer were among those who addressed the students about the importance of the National Girl Child Day.

Ms.Seela Subdhra Devi Senior writer spoke about the SHE teams poetry book ”Hithaishe” launched in the session. The writers who also spoke include Ms.Jwalitha, Ms.Nampally Sujatha, Ms.Shanti Prabhodha, Ms.Ramadevi Kulaani and Ms.Raja Chandrika.  

Mr.Sayeed addressed the students about the use of E-learning course which was developed to sensitize the students on various crimes being committed against women and children in cyberspace. The students were educated on how to take up the course online. 

The students of Kasturba Gandhi college and govt. ZP High School Rasoolpura performed various skits and dances on SHE Teams before the chief guest and audience. 

During the session, chief guest Smt. Swati Lakra launched the video song of SHE Teams composed by Smt. Srivalli, Sub-Registrar, Ramayanpet, Medak District and an Awareness desk.

IPS Officers Swathi Lakra and Sumathi are seen in a group photo with members of Tharuni