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Post the launch of Anti-romeo squad in UP, the Haryana government has launched ‘Operation Durga’ to ensure women safety in the state. The teams made by the Chief Minister have visited places like places such as schools, colleges, bus stands and railway stations and caught persons indulging in crime activities against women like eve-teasing, stalking, harassment and other such activities. Women have always been uncertain to report the crimes that have anti-social elements to the Police, the campaign, ‘Operation Durga’ was launched so that flying squads patrol those areas where such anti-social elements committed crimes against women.

Haryana launches Operation Durga

Haryana Launches Operation Durga

Haryana launches Operation Durga

Facts about Haryana

  • It is one of 29 states in India which is situated in North India
  • It was formed out of the former state Punjab
  • It stands on 21st position according to its area and 8th largest area by population
  • The capital being Chandigarh
  • It is the most economically developed regions in South Asia
  • it has Punjab and Himachal Pradesh on its border to the North and Rajasthan to the west and south
Map of Haryana States

Map of Haryana States

Map of Haryana States

Features of Operation Durga Haryana

  • Haryana State Government has started Operation Durga campaign
  • On the first day of this campaign 72 people have got caught.
  • In this campaign, 24 police teams have been formed, which is under the state.
  • Police teams of Operation Durga campaign will also have 9 police sub-inspectors, 14 assistant sub-inspectors, 6 head constables and 13 constables, women police personnel and every other district police officer.
Aims of Operation Durga Haryana

Aims of Operation Durga Haryana

Aims of Operation Durga Haryana

- Published/Last Modified on: April 21, 2017

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