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JS body for security of women, children

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Parliamentary Standing Committee on Ministry of Women and Children Affairs  discussed the overall security of women and children at its 3rd meeting at the Jatiya Sangsad (JS) Bhaban with its Chairman Meher Afroze in the chair.
In the meeting held on Tuesday the Parliamentary watchdog emphasized that all concerned authorities should work unitedly to ensure the overall security of women and children and increase social awareness in this regard, an official release said.
They also had a detailed discussion about the combined efforts of the Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs and Home Ministries to prevent violence and torture against women and children, it added.

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