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7200 constable posts to be filled in Haryana, apply now

education Updated: Aug 27, 2015 16:07 IST

Women battalion of Haryana Police march past during the Independence Day full dress rehearsal in Tau Devi Lal Stadium in Gurgaon on Thursday.

As many as 7200 posts of constables including 1000 women constables will soon be filled up in the Haryana Police Department and advertisement for the same has already been issued, DGP Y P Singhal said in Chandigarh on Wednesday.

Singhal said that in addition, a proposal to fill up 200 posts of women sub-inspectors have been sent for the approval of the State Government.

At present, women constitute 6% of the total sanctioned strength of the police department and efforts are being made to increase it to 10 %, he told reporters.

In reply to a question, he said that there has been decline in the number of cases of crime against women registered in the State during the last seven months as
compared to corresponding period in 2014.

He said that a total of 5433 cases were registered during this period last year whereas this figure has come down to 5379 in 2015.

To another question, he said that women today have become more vigilant and want to fight for justice. "The State Government is making efforts to encourage
women to report crimes against them.

"Gender sensitization training was being given to police personnel and 2306 police officers and employees had been provided this training in last three years," he said.

On being asked about the number of women PCRs in the State, he said that at present 35 women PCRs have been deployed in the State and more such PCRs would be deployed, if needed.

The DGP said that 126 vehicles have been purchased for 21 women police stations, which will start functioning in 21 districts of Haryana from August 29, at a cost of Rs 4.10 crore.

These vehicles would have female drivers, he added.