Awareness on violence against women: Bike rally held in Tuensang

"whether we like it or not violence does exist in a society in human society and spreading messages against the violence done is very important".

The Sakhi-One Stop Centre & Mahila Shakti Kendra organized a motor cycle rally in collaboration with Frontier Royal Enfield En-Blok (FREE) Club as an awareness campaign for violence against women at Parade Ground Tuensang on Thursday. The rally was organized with the theme “Leave no one behind, end violence against women and girls”, according to a DIPR report.

Kumar Ramnikant, Deputy Commissioner Tuensang, flagged off the rally. 

Speaking on the occasion, the DC said “whether we like it or not violence does exist in a society in human society and spreading messages against the violence done is very important”. He then encouraged the club members to spread the message everywhere they go.

Chulongla the district administrator Sakhi One Stop Centre also said that domestic violence is not to be taken as family problems or normal but it is a crime. She also said that to end the violence against women it should start at home and it should be protected.


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