Madhya Pradesh police have rescued 2,444 minor women final month underneath a marketing campaign to hint lacking and kidnapped women, an official mentioned in the present day.
A complete of three,122 circumstances of lacking and kidnapped women had been pending on the finish of the final month, he mentioned.
“‘Operation Muskan’ was carried out in January through which 2,444 lacking and kidnapped women had been rescued from Madhya Pradesh and out of doors the state,” the official from the Madhya Pradesh police headquarters in Bhopal mentioned.
These rescued included 175 minors from Indore, 144 from Sagar, 115 from Dhar, 107 from Rewa and 102 women from Chhatarpur in Madhya Pradesh, he instructed information company Press Belief of India.
Beneath the marketing campaign, about 82 per cent of the lacking or kidnapped women had been present in Madhya Pradesh and the remaining had been traced to varied different states.
Based on the official, 141 women had been rescued from Punjab, eight from Telangana, six from Kerala, 5 from Jammu and Kashmir, 4 from West Bengal, three every from Karnataka and the Union Territory of Daman, and one from Assam.
A few of the women had been additionally present in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, he mentioned.
The progress of proceedings in every case of kidnapping is reviewed each three days, the official added.
In a gathering final month, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan instructed the officers involved to tell mother and father of the kidnapped youngsters concerning the progress and standing of investigation into such circumstances.
Mr Chouhan had mentioned mother and father of kidnapped youngsters will get an ‘Adhikar Patra’ (authority letter), containing details about the motion taken by police in direction of tracing the kid.
The Chief Minister additionally mentioned that numerous crimes towards girls have come down by 15 to 50 per cent in Madhya Pradesh since March 2020.
Final 12 months, a complete of three,337 kidnapped and lacking minor women had been rescued in three completely different campaigns within the state, the police official mentioned.
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