Women's safety campaign in universities and schools is announced by the Chhattisgarh government.

The Chhattisgarh government declared on Friday that it would launch a special initiative for the protection and security of girls and women . Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said on Twitter that a campaign called Hamar Beti-Hamar Maan (our daughters, our honour) will be launched .

Raipur, April 13: The Chhattisgarh government declared on Friday that it would launch a special initiative for the protection and security of girls and women, as well as providing them with essential services.Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said on Twitter that a campaign called Hamar Beti-Hamar Maan (our daughters, our honour) will be launched, in which women police officers will visit schools and colleges in all districts to educate girls about their constitutional rights.Daughters are our dignity and foundation of the states' bright future.Baghel wrote that a society in which daughters are safe and empowered will progress forward on the path of growth.

They would also interact with students and inform them on how to tackle stressful situations, he said, adding that students will be trained how to use mobile apps for their security.In addition, the chief minister announced that a special patrolling team of female police officers will be stationed in girls' schools and colleges, as well as in areas frequented by girls and women.According to the chief minister, a helpline number will be established on which complaints about abuse, molestation, and other abuse against women will be lodged and taken seriously.Women investigators will lead investigations into crimes against women on a first-comer basis, and the IGPs of ranges will have the responsibility to ensure that the investigation into such crimes is completed and chargesheets are submitted in court within the stipulated period, he said.