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Cyberabad police launch Safe Stay project for IT personnel

The Cyberabad Police Commissionerate, along with the Society for Cyberabad Security Council (SCSC) launched gallant initiative project “Safe Stay” here on Friday.

On the occasion of the launch, Madhapur DCP Karthikeya Sharma, IPS, highlighted the objectives of Project Safe Stay as an initiative towards strengthening and facilitating the safety and security of the working women’s hostel and PG accommodation in the IT corridor. Sharma also assured that a notification to register these hostels ordered by Cyberabad Police Commissione C.V. Anand, IPS, will be implemented in 45 days and ensure that registration of all hostels with the Police Commissionerate as well as adherence of the guidelines on security measures will be promptly followed up by his team.

The preparatory for the project also included a survey of different hostels in the IT corridor wherein inferences were drawn and a comprehensive report prepared on the feedbacks received from the target population, the outcome of which is the registration module and the guidelines on safety and security measures that are to be vouched in writing when admitting an inmate into the hostel/PG accommodation.

C.V. Anand said the project aims at the fulfillment of safety and security measures in the hostel and PG accommodations for working women in all parameters and at all hours of the day in the IT corridor. He also assured that the enforcement officials will make sure that the safety and security mechanisms are implemented in such accommodation through continuous and comprehensive monitoring system.

Speaking on the occasion, Bharani Kumar Aroll, Secretary for SCSC, reiterated that this unique social inventive is yet another way to foster and facilitate the safety and security of the working women in the hostels and ensure a good partnership in creating a nurturing environment for better business transactions in the IT corridor. Aroll also stated that this initiative will be a milestone in ensuring the women safety in more inclusive and holistic means.

The Project Safe Stay will include registration of hostel and PG accommodations with the Commissionerate of Police, issue of guidelines on security measures to be taken by the parties and safety assurances to be vouched in writing during the admission of inmates into the hostel and PG accommodations. Mamata Vegunta, leader for Women’s Forum, SCSC and other officials were present. (NSS)