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Interests of children are paramount for all: Dhami


By Our Staff Reporter 

DEHRADUN, 18 Sept: Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami participated in the ‘State Level Consultative Dialogue’ on the POCSO Act 2012 at a hotel located in Sudhowala on Saturday. Chief Justice of Uttarakhand High Court, Justice Vipin Sanghi participated in virtual mode. Judges of the Uttarakhand High Court, Justice Sanjay Kumar Mishra, Justice Ravindra Maithani and Justice Alok Kumar Verma were also present.

Dhami said that the State Government would work with commitment, in accordance with the outcome of the brainstorming at the two-day ‘State Level Consultative Dialogue’ on the POCSO Act and other important subjects. He said that it was a historic day when representatives of the executive, judiciary and legislature brainstorm on these topics. This programme will surely prove to be a milestone for the children whose interest is of paramount importance to all.

The Chief Minister added that the government has moving ahead in the direction of implementing a Uniform Citizenship Code in the state.  The draft is being prepared by the committee and public suggestions are also being taken for this. The state government is working on the mantra of simplification, solution, disposal and satisfaction. Instructions have been given to the officers for speedy resolution of public problems. In 2025, Uttarakhand state would celebrate the Silver Jubilee of its formation. Until then, continuous efforts will be made to make it a leading state in every field, for which everyone must contribute.

The Chairperson of State Women’s Commission Kusum Kandwal, Advocate General SN Babulkar, Additional Chief Secretary Radha Raturi, DGP Ashok Kumar, Registrar General, Uttarakhand High Court, Vivek Bharti Sharma, Secretary, Women Empowerment and Child Development, HC Semwal, DIG, Garhwal, KS Naganyal, District Magistrate, Dehradun, Sonika, SSP Dalip Singh Kunwar, Chairperson of Uttarakhand Child Protection Rights’ Commission, Geeta Khanna and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.