Minister for Rural Development & Panchayati Raj and Law & Justice, Abdul Haq today said that six women police stations have been established in the State, one each in Srinagar, Jammu, Baramulla, Anantnag, Udhampur and Rajouri district.
While replying, on behalf of Home Minister, to a question of Dr. Shehnaz Ganai, the Minister said that during the last three years crime against women and children has shown a fluctuating trend which decrease in the year 2014 as compared to the year 2013 and slight increase during the year 2015 as compared to the year 2014.
The Minister said that the High Court of J&K has designated various Courts presided over by the Additional District Judge as Special Courts for trial of offences relating to the women for the convenience and the speedy justice to the victims and their families at their door steps.
The Minister said that Home Department through its Communication dated 01-06-2016 has also instructed all the HoDs under its administrative control to constitute Internal Complaints Committee to enable Women employees to register their complaints for their timely disposal by the Committee.
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