First Anti-Women Harassment Cell established in Lahore

Work is in full swing to set up the first Anti-Women Harassment and Violence Cell in Lahore.

A Punjab Police spokesman said that the Anti-Women Harassment and Violence Cell was being set up behind the Liberty Service Center in Lahore.

According to a Punjab Police spokesman, DIG Operations Lahore Sohail Chaudhry inspected the construction work of the cell.

On this occasion, DIG Operations Lahore Sohail Chaudhry also spoke to the media.

He said that Lahore police would ensure protection of women and promotion of community policing along with crime prevention was also a priority.

The Punjab Women’s Toll-Free Helpline 1043 is available 24/7. Managed and supervised by PCSW, our helpline team comprises of all-women call agents, three legal advisors, phycho social counselor, supervisors and management staff to address your inquiries and complaints, and to provide psycho social counseling, on:

  • Workplace harassment
  • Gender discrimination
  • Property disputes and inheritance rights
  • Domestic violence
  • Hostels, day-care centres and other facilities for working women
  • Increased women’s participation in government decision making bodies
  • Quota for women in public sector jobs
  • Skill development
  • Changes in employment policies
  • Various other socio-economic and legal issues

Call now at 1043 or register your complaint online at Online Complaint Registration or walk in. 

Our team will record the complainant’s details and forward your requests for action to relevant government or private authorities. Constant feedback is sought until the complainant is satisfied and complaint successfully closed.

For more detailed information on this service, refer to the pages Helpline Guide and General Inquiries.


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