Kailash Satyarthi visits Telangana DGP office

Kailash Satyarthi


DGP Satyarthi
Satyarthi greeted at DGP office in Hyderabad on July 22


Rama Krishna Sangem

Kailash Satyarthi, 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winner visited Telangana Director General of Police (DGP) office in Hyderabad on July 22, Saturday. Satyarthi won the prestigious prize in recognition of his contributions for the cause of children in India and across the world. Not so accidental that Telangana police is known for saving missing children and checking child trafficking.

Satyarthi praised the Telangana Police for their exemplary efforts in preventing trafficking of women and children in the state. He acknowledged their commitment and dedication to duty, emphasizing the importance of treating every victim as their own child and conducting thorough investigations to ensure justice is served.*

Satyarthi while mentioning that he is son of  Police Constable  expressed concern about the increasing sexual abuse of children, particularly due to the availability of explicit content on platforms like YouTube. He commended the Telangana Police’s initiatives to trace missing children and reunite them with their parents, stating that their policies have yielded significant results in curbing child trafficking and other related crimes.

He also lauded efforts of Telangana DG Anjani Kumar, IPS,  in protection of children rights through Telangana state police and ADG CID Mahesh Bhagwat, IPS’s efforts on eliminating child labour from brick kilns and starting worksite schools in Oriya language for migrant Odisha  children.


A Nobel laureate visited  DGP office in Hyderabad for first time

DGP, Anjani Kumar, mentioned that it was the first time a Nobel laureate had visited the DGP office. He highlighted that the Telangana Government has prioritized the safety of children and women, leading to the establishment of a women’s safety department headed by an additional DG level officer.

Additional DG Mahesh Bhagwat praised Satyarthi’s efforts through his organization, Bachpan Bachav, which has saved nearly one lakh children. He mentioned that significant reforms have occurred, such as the registration of FIRs against missing children, thanks to Satyarthi’s work.

Bhagwat while highlighting anti trafficking work of Telangana Police mentioned on 31 AHTUs (Anti Human Trafficking Units) established in all police Commissioners/District of Telangana giving priority to anti trafficking. Word compassion on which Satyarthi spoke is a part of Telangana Police logo along with duty and honour and we are committed to it that Bhagwat said.

In response to Mr. Satyarthi’s visit, the police officials honored him for his tireless crusade against the oppression of children and his commitment to ensuring every child’s right to education and protection from exploitation.

Besides Anjani Kumar and Mahesh Bhagwat, Additional DG Shikha Goel. IPS, Soumya Mishra, IPS, Sanjay Kumar Jain, IPS, IGs, Shanwaz Kasim, IPS, Tarun Joshi, IPS,  DIG Amber Kishore Jha,IPS along with Police Commissioners and SPs of the state participated in this program online.

Overall, the event served as a platform to acknowledge and appreciate the work of Satyarthi and the Telangana Police in safeguarding the rights of women and children and combating human trafficking and child exploitation.


Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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