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The community needs such activities being implemented by the Games Sports and Career Development Foundation. In this self-defense camp, the use of art taught in girls should be done in difficult situations as well as for the protection of others. District Collector Kadambari Balakwade said that the girls should ensure their safety by themselves.

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Gondia: The community needs such activities being implemented by the Games Sports and Career Development Foundation. In this self-defense camp, the use of art taught in girls should be done in difficult situations as well as for the protection of others. District Collector Kadambari Balakwade said that the girls should ensure their safety by themselves.

She was speaking at the Indira Gandhi Stadium in the concluding ceremony of the self-defense camp organized under the Nirbhay Beti Suraksha Abhiyaan, organized by Games Sports and Career Development Foundation on 6th February.

Social Welfare Assistant Commissioner Mangesh Wankhede, Forest Officer Swati Dumre, Human Rights Association’s Trustee Sengar, Secretary of the Organization, Order Sharma, District Sports Officer Subhash Gangready, Director of Progressive School, Dr. Niraj Katakwar, Ravi Arya, Foundation’s organizer Lokesh Yadav, President Chetan Mansar were present.

On this occasion Gangaredivar guided the girls to show their way forward from the sports field. Meanwhile, 20 girls, 20 coaches and printers were felicitated at the hands of the guests. In particular, about 2,000 girls have been demonstrated in the camps organized by the camps in the camps. Operations Mujib Beg. Thank you Lokesh Yadav. Deepak Sikka, Nilesh Phulbandi, Santosh Bisen, Ankush Gajbhiye, Anjankar, Kapase, Jwala Tukkar, Nikhil Barbarte, Pooja Watghare, Aakankha Katakwar, Krishna Bishan, Peacock Bagele etc. have cooperated for the program.

Free training given to 8 thousand girls

Through the Foundation, under the Nirbhay Beti Suraksha Abhiyan, a self-defense camp was organized in 20 schools in the city from January 28 to February 5. Girls from class 6 to 10 were given free training for karate, taekwondo, kumphu and self defense. Thus, around 8 girls have been given free training through organizing camps.

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