13th May 2024 11:05:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ES Reporter 

ITANAGAR, May 13: In the wake of the busting of a child prostitution racket in the state capital Itanagar, the All Arunachal Pradesh Students' Union Women's Wing (AAPSU-WW) has voiced its strong resentment.
Speaking to reporters at the press club today, President AAPSU-WW, Ponung Darang informed that the women's wing held discussions with key administrative figures, including the Deputy Commissioner (DC) and Superintendent of Police (SP), urging robust measures to combat these crimes.
Expressing deep concern over the alarming trend, Darang emphasized the urgency of addressing the root causes and implementing stringent actions to curb such heinous activities in the state. The AAPSU-WW has vowed to channel its efforts towards advocating for concrete steps to ensure the safety and well-being of women and minors across Arunachal Pradesh.
Following the meeting with the authorities, she affirmed the organization's commitment to submit a comprehensive representation to the state government. This representation will outline crucial measures and policy recommendations aimed at effectively tackling the scourge of sex trafficking and protecting the vulnerable segments of society.
“The AAPSU-WW's proactive stance underscores the collective determination to safeguard the rights and dignity of women and children, fostering a safer environment for all residents of Arunachal Pradesh. As stakeholders in the fight against crime and injustice, the organization remains steadfast in its resolve to collaborate with law enforcement agencies and government bodies to uphold justice and ensure accountability for perpetrators,” stated Darang while appealing the common public to also cooperate to curtail such crime in society. 

Kenter Joya Riba

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