Violence against women has been on the rise in Kerala since the onset of the Corona curfew. Following this, Chief Minister Binarayi Vijayan has launched a program called “Pink Protection” to protect the protection, rights and freedom of women in the state.
The Chief Minister allotted 10 cars, 40 two-wheelers and 20 bicycles to the police. The Special Forces will patrol these vehicles.
Women can boldly report their plight to the Pink Production Patrol. This group will protect women from dowry complaints and the danger of spreading through the internet.
The government has said that the new “Pink Protection” Pink Production scheme will be further strengthened as the Pink Patrol system is already in place in the state.
Commenting on this, Chief Minister Binarayi Vijayan said, “Under this new scheme, the police will go directly to the houses Domestic violence Will receive related information. The officials in this group talked to the panchayat members and asked if there was anything in their area Domestic violence Find out if there are any problems.
The project will be implemented in 14 districts. “
Recently a young woman from Kerala died due to dowry abuse. The incident caused great controversy across the country. Subsequent research articles have pointed out that dowry abuse is rampant in Kerala.
In this context, the state government has announced this scheme to ensure the safety of women in Kerala.