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Updated At: Jan 24, 2022 06:23 PM (IST)
Jammu and Kashmir Lt Governor Manoj Sinha. PTI file
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Jammu, January 24
Jammu and Kashmir Lt Governor Manoj Sinha on Monday approved 15 per cent reservation for women in non-gazetted police posts.
Sinha announced the reservation coinciding with the National Girl Child Day, asserting that “this is just the beginning”.
“On #NationalGirlChildDay, approved 15% reservation for women in non-gazetted posts of @JmuKmrPolice. This is just the beginning. We are determined and committed to increase it further in future,” the Lt Governor said in a tweet.
In another tweet, he said his administration is committed to ensure ‘Nari Shaktis’ social and economic empowerment.
“For women and girls to be agents of change, J&K government is committed to ensure Nari Shaktis’ social and economic empowerment while redressing long-standing inequalities to build a more just and resilient society,” Sinha said.
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