By TC News Desk
Agartala, November 22, 2022: Mothers and sisters from all walks of life were vocal in the women’s protest on Tuesday as part of a state-wide program to demand an end to the increasing crime against women across the state, including rape, gang-rape, post-rape murder, domestic violence and murder.
On this day, the protest program called by the sub-divisional committee of the All India Democratic Women’s Association was held in front of the newly inaugurated Women’s Police Station. Tribal and non-tribal mothers and sisters staged an hour-long protest at the main entrance of the police station. The protest program called for stricter police measures to stop the growing violence against women.
All India Democratic Women’s Association District Secretary Gayatri Datta, Sub-Divisional Secretary Gouri Pal spoke in the protest program of the day. The women leaders called upon the Police and the Tripura Commission for Women to carry out their administrative duties with impartiality to prevent women’s abuse.
During the protest, the Acting Officer of Khowai Mahila Police Station came to the entrance of the police station and spoke to the protesting women and assured them of police action to prevent violence against women across the state.
Then the protest program ended. AIDWA leaders Happy Chakraborty, Radharani Debbarma, Ratna Chakraborty, Shukla Nath Sharma, Shukla Sengupta, Kusum Bala Biswas, Manju Deb, Sunita Datta and others participated in the protest program of the day.