As many as 1,02,027 women downloaded and registered themselves on Disha App during mega registration drive conducted by Gannavaram police.
They conducted a special drive and visited bus stands, railway stations, colleges, factories, and several main centres across the district and created awareness among the people.
The winners will get a chance to participate in a conversation with SP on women’s safety.
Prakasam district Superintendent of Police (SP) Malika Garg has announced yet another initiative — DISHA Ambassadors — on Saturday.
Revealing the statistics, the DGP said police successfully attended 10,983 emergency calls through Disha mobile application till date across the state and took necessary action.
The Prakasam police have re-launched the Disha Lucky Draw Contest for women on Sunday.
Legislative Council Chairman K Moshen Raju, MLA Vundavalli Sridevi, Chief Secretary Sameer Sarma, DGP Rajendranath Reddy and other officials were present.
The DGP asserted that Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is focused on public outreach and will launch many women-centric initiatives.
The district has topped in the State for highest number of Disha App downloads as it clocked 16,041 downloads last week.
Kakinada II-Town police station is key to ensuring law and order in the town as an area considered an educational hub is located comes under its jurisdiction.
Within nine minutes, the police reached the spot and arranged safe transportation for the girls to their homes.
Responding swiftly to an SOS sent by a woman on Disha App, police arrested a person who allegedly tried to sexually assault her in the early hours of Friday.
A couple who travelled in the same compartment along with her, hired an auto for Meenakshi to go to her friend’s house in Delhi for Rs 400.
Addressing the media at police headquarters in Mangalagiri on Friday, the DGP said the police department has bagged 130 awards in various fields of policing since 2019.
The girl was traced within six minutes of the police receiving a complaint through the app.