Billiground, April 4: North & Middle Andaman District Police conducted third session of "Mahila Manch," an initiative dedicated to addressing the issues faced by women residing in the remote villages of the district. This time, Mahila Manch reached out to the women of Dharmapur village, in Billiground engaging in meaningful dialogue and offering support.

Ms. Geetanjali Khandelwal, IPS, SP (D)N&MA, led the session, interacting with the women of Dharmapur village with patience and empathy. She attentively listened to their concerns, assuring them of all possible assistance. During the session, the SP shed light on crucial topics such as silence on domestic violence, upbringing of teenage children.

Furthermore, the SP emphasized the importance of providing the best education to girl children, empowering them to become independent individuals capable of shaping a brighter future for themselves and contributing positively to the nation. During the event, SP N&MA emphasized the importance of self-reliance and encouraged women to break free from dependency and strive towards self-sufficiency. This message resonated with the audience, empowering them to take control of their own financial futures.

The third round of Mahila Manch interaction may be over, but its impact reverberates far beyond the confines of the meeting hall. It is a testament to the indomitable spirit of rural women-resilient, resourceful & ready to rewrite the narrative of their lives. It continues to serve as a vital platform for fostering community engagement, empowering women, and promoting awareness on crucial socio-legal issues.