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Painting competition held at Noklak

Nagaland News

Dimapur, July 5: A painting competition for students and capacity building programme for anti-human trafficking unit and other stakeholders dealing with prevention of human trafficking and rehabilitation of human trafficking victims was conducted at SP Noklak Office on July 4.
Programme was supported by National Commission For Women and Nagaland State Commission for women. It was organised by SRCW, Noklak Police and Tuensang DLSA.
Invocation was prayed by Chaplain Mano of Police Baptist Fellowship and Chaired by Langshen, Noklak PLV Legal Aid Clinic.
SP Noklak, Dr. Pritpal Kaur IPS explained about Immoral Trafficking (Prevention)Act 1956 and Juvenile justice Act 2015. She urged to implement Right to Education Act 2009 in principle and soul where everyone in society should join hands together to guide the youth in right direction. She explained cyber fraud cases, phishing, sextortion and other cyber modes of exploitation now a days.
SDO (Civil) Noklak, Phuniang stated in his keynote address that its responsibility of everyone in society to prevent the children from trafficking and combined efforts should be taken towards it.
SDPO Noklak, Sangthing explained about roles and responsibilities of AHTU in DEF Noklak. He also explained case studies and modus operandi like social media misuse by money and muscle power etc.
He stated that CUG numbers of Noklak Police can be contacted anytime for any help. He placed poster boards having CUG numbers with QR scan for Call Your COP app at conspicuous places of district.
Advocate Yemlong Chaba (best PLV zonal 2016) explained Immoral Trafficking Act, POCSO Act and existing Response systems along with legal mechanisms to address human trafficking.
Cheliam Khiamniungan, NJS JMFC cum Secretary TDLSA spoke about legal services available for the victims of trafficking, victim compensation scheme and other service in which DLSA can help the people for service deliveries and grievance redressal.
President KTC, Thangou said that all the villages should be given awareness and there should be strict action against child labour.
KMH GS Chongkoi spoke about the incidents of child trafficking and urged everyone to monitor and prevent the same.
KSU President, Sangchiu said that children should not be sent for child labour and there is need to monitor drugs abuse and other intoxicants crimes also along with it.
In painting competition amongst students of Holy Angels School, Tsujang got 1st prize, Chao got 2nd prize and Thangpong M got 3rd prize.
Pamphlets in Khiamniungan dialect explaining legal procedures were also distributed.
All wards chairman, NGOs, KTC, KMH, KSU, school teachers, dobashis, students and general public participated in the programme and benediction was prayed by Chaplain Mano of Police Baptist fellowship church. (Page News Service)