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Deployed Nearly 3000 Police Officers In 24 UN Peacekeeping Operations: India

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New York:

India has paid tribute to all men and women peacekeepers, together with the 14 law enforcement officials who sacrificed their lives within the line of responsibility, mentioned the nation’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, R Ravindra.

Speaking on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) assembly on the contribution of United Nations Police to Women, Peace and Security (WPS) Agenda, India mentioned that it deployed about 3000 law enforcement officials in round 24 UN peacekeeping operations.

”India stays an lively participant in UN deliberations on girls empowerment and gender mainstreaming points, helps the Secretary General”s name to motion for accelerated implementation of the WPS agenda in “Action for Peacekeeping (A4P)” and “A4P+ priorities,” the Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN mentioned.

“Indian women Police officer Shakti Devi, who was deployed in the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, was awarded the International Female Police Peacekeeper Award in 2014 for her contribution in the creation of a Women”s Police Council in Herat,” Ravindra mentioned.

He added that extra focused actions are wanted to determine and deal with the structural issues that stop elevated numbers of uniformed girls.

India additionally highlighted the necessity to enhance barracks services and associated working circumstances; present equal alternatives for girls, and implement a zero-tolerance coverage in direction of sexual harassment and abuse to create a secure working setting.

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