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Talks for helpline held

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Thiruvananthapuram: The State Women’s Commission has initiated discussions with the Citizen’s Call Centre on the possibility of launching a dedicated 24-hour helpline for the commission.

Commission chairperson D. Sreedevi who visited the call centre at Palayam on Thursday for an interactive session with its executives/operators gave them an insight into the commission’s functioning.

The Citizen’s Call Centre (ph: 155300), an initiative under the IT Mission to enable better citizen-government interaction by providing critical information on various government services, has been receiving a lot of calls from the public on how to approach the commission.

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