Bahraich (UP). Under the 'Mission Shakti' program of the Uttar Pradesh government , Aanchal, a student of 'one-day police station', settled the dispute between the two brothers on Sunday. Superintendent of Police Vipin Mishra handed over the command of five police stations of the district to the girl students for a day on Sunday. Superintendent of Police, Dr. Vipin Mishra said that a day's charge of Anchal studying in a school in Gajadharpur to Fakharpur police station on Sunday morning, as part of a special campaign conducted as a mission power to protect, honor and make women self-reliant was assigned. Similarly, Additional Superintendent of Police (Rural) Ashok Kumar, in Khairighat police station, handed over charge of police station to the student Mansi Tiwari wearing a police cap.
In the village of Kotwali, Additional Superintendent of Police (City) Kunwar Gyananjaya Singh gave the charge of Kotwal to the 11th student Uma Singh. Mishra said that a campaign has been launched to make women and girls in police stations in the district police stations under Mission Shakti program to dissuade women from functioning of police, reduce fear of police and increase confidence. Five stations as experiment on the first day - Uma Singh, a student of class 11 in Kotwali countryside, Ira Fatima of class 10 in Nanpara, Mansi Tiwari of class 12 in Khairighat, Tanishka Singh of class 12 in Payagpur and Aanchal of class 10 in Fakharpur Took charge of the police stations and disposed of the applications and settled the disputes.
Hearing the problems of the complainants on the applications filed in the police station, the SHO-based girl students consulted and disposed of the police officers present there. During this time, Anchal came to the dispute at the disputed site with police personnel to solve the dispute after splitting between two brothers of Duzaipurwa village of Fakharpur police station area after the partition. Anchal understood the two brothers and persuaded them to take water from the same tank. District Magistrate Shambhu Kumar said, despite being capable, many daughters do not progress due to various reasons. The government and administration are continuously helping the daughters through many such schemes. It is worth noting that on the first day of Navratri last month, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath started the Mission Shakti program in the state. The program will run from Sharadiya Navratri to Vasantik Navratri.