Hyderabad police to organise women safety awareness run on March 5

An awareness run for women, men and children will be held on March 5 which includes a 5K run, 2K run and Pram walk. 

Published: 18th February 2017 04:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th February 2017 04:07 AM   |  A+A-

(from left) SHE Teams ACP Kavitha, additional commissioner Swati Lakra, commissioner M Mahender Reddy, DCP Avinash Mohanty and additional DCP Ranjan Ratan at the poster launch of the 5K and 2K Run at Hyderabad police commissionerate on Friday | Vinay Mada

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: An awareness run for women, men and children will be held on March 5 which includes a K run, 2K run and Pram walk. Police are estimating that around 7,000 participants would attend the event.

Hyderabad Police commissioner M Mahender Reddy on Friday launched posters and three short films on child sexual abuse on the occasion of the SHE Run. A women expo with 50 stalls will be inaugurated at Necklace Road on March 4.

To promote women safety with the International Women’s Day campaign theme - Be Bold for Change, the Hyderabad police are leaving no stones unturned to work towards creating awareness regarding women safety.

“The campaign has been conceived to raise awareness among girls, women on the responsible usage of technologies and participation in online community activities,” said Hyderabad police commissioner M Mahender Reddy.

Participants can submit their entries directly at Bharosa Centre, Ground Floor, HACA Bhavan, Saifabad, Hyderabad. Prizes for winning entries would be awarded on March 5.
The Last date for submission of entries is February 28.

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