Development Commissioner, R Ramakrishnan, IAS taking pledge along with secretariat officers on November 29. (DIPR Photo)
Kohima, November 29 (MExN): Social Welfare Department, Government of Nagaland organised a programme to take pledge to end all forms of violence against women at the home, communities, workplace and digital space at the Secretariat conference hall on November 29.
A DIPR report stated that the Development Commissioner, R Ramakrishnan IAS said, “so far violence against women in Nagaland is not there, but even if it’s there we should take steps to eliminate it.” He urged all section of people to extend help to those people in desires and affected with domestic violence so that all section of people will live in peace.
Also highlighting the significance of the programme, Ramakrishnan asked to carry forward the programme in the districts.
Mention can be made that Nagaland along with the rest of the world will be observing the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and the launching of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence from November 25and concluding on December 10 on International Human Rights Day.