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Kiran Bedi launches website

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NEW DELHI: Kiran Bedi, who quit police service recently by opting for voluntary retirement, launched a new website, “saferindia.com”, on Thursday. The website is aimed at extending help to those whose complaints are not heard by the police.

The portal, launched under the project “Mission Safer India” by non-government organisation India Vision Foundation, will act as a bridge between complainants and police services to seek appropriate redress.

It is expected to work as a pressure group to make the voice of the aggrieved heard.

The website will entertain only those who went to police stations but their complaints went unheard, unacknowledged or not registered.

e-mail complaints

People can log on to the website and e-mail their complaint to the group which will forward it to the State police headquarters, said the country’s first woman Indian Police Service officer.

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