Women police stations playing due role to resolve women’s issues

Staff Reporter

Islamabad—The Federal Capital’s first and sole Women Police Station’s head has called for awareness among country’s vulnerable class and urged to establish more police stations to empower womenfolk, besides providing justice at their doorsteps.
“The women police stations across the country are playing due role to resolve women’s issues but due to lack of awareness the desired goals are not being achieved,” said Farzana Begum, Station House Officer of the sole women police station of the Federal Capital.
Talking to media, she said “We are here to look into any kind of offense related to women and those having cases of domestic violence mostly visit the women police station while other cases are related to rape, prostitution, drug addicts, robberies by female maids and other issues.
“We are making efforts to make women confident to visit police station if they have any issue but what we lack is the awareness as not much people know about the women police stations and conducive environment we have for women so that they can come to us and share their problems to get them resolved,” she said adding that It was the idea of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto who established the women police stations across the country to give voice to the women who had issues but they were reluctant to visit the police stations and share their problems in presence of male staff.
For taking action on domestic violence cases between couples or their families, she said we go for F.I.R when there is any injury according to the medical report but in other violence issues when there are only some wounds than we attempt to settle things among the families warning them to take care in future and resolve their matters peacefully instead of being violent.
From capital’s Katchi Abadis to the women of elite class, women belonging to all segments of the society approach for the matters in which they think that it is difficult for them to go to other police stations having presence of male staff and share their issues to get justice, she added.

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