In a recent press conference, Additional Chief Home Secretary, Chandra Iyangar announced that the Helpline service started for Women, children, and senior citizen would be made available in state. Home Minister, R.R.Patil had launched the service of helpline no.103 for women, senior citizen, and distressed children in 2008. On the occasion of upcoming International Women’s Day, a press conference was organized to announce this helpline service in Mumbai too. Around 2800 women have benefited out of this service and concrete action has been taken for 2810 cases. While talking to the media, Additional Chief Home Secretary, Chandra Iyangar informed that soon this facility would be made available in the state. She assured that the troubles of these women would be taken on priority. Mumbai Police Commissioner, D.Shivanandan informed about the cases registered. With cameraperson Deepak Kamble, Vasudha Dhumak for NMTV news.
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