Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Under the joint aegis of Indore District Education Center, Indore Commissionerate Police and Indore District Karate Association, a self-defense training campaign for girls and school children was inaugurated on Saturday at Government High School Malviya Nagar.
Under this campaign, the Indore District Karate Association through its 128 trainers in 312 government schools of Indore district will provide free training to school children by telling them different methods of self-defence for the next three months.
Along with this, the training and awareness will be given by a team of Indore Police which will also teach self-defence as well as cyber defence to these children. The police team will continuously conduct workshops in these schools under cybercrime, women safety and de-addiction campaigns and will try to create social awareness regarding these crimes and their prevention.
The programme was presided over by Indore District Karate Association president and Assistant Commissioner of Police (Headquarters) Ajay Vajpayee.
MLA Ramesh Mendola was the chief guest in the programme and he appreciated the work being done for social awareness by the Indore police.
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