At ‘Madhur Milan Samaroh’, Gzb cops try to settle marital discord, reunite couples
In order to reduce domestic violence and divorce rates, Ghaziabad Police are running a programme named “Madhur Milan Samaroh”, a scheme under which such married couple who have issues among themselves and somehow decide to get separated from each other are given counselling sessions on how to preserve this sacred relation.
On Tuesday, Senior Superintendent of Police, Ghaziabad, Deepak Kumar awarded 35 married couple who have now chosen to give their life a second chance together. These couples were given gifts by the SSP and the spouses exchanged garlands and promised to live happily ever after.
Marriage is a bond of births and people should preserve it lifelong. Ghaziabad Police are making all possible efforts to reunite those married couples who somehow decided to get separated due to some reasons. The Senior Superintendent of Police, Ghaziabad, Deepak Kumar told Millennium Post: “We were receiving several complaints of domestic violence and separation of newlyweds from all over the district. A majority of them were facing issues in adjusting with their in-laws. Such issues make the brides to get separated. Our aim is to make them all live happily together and guide them to preserve their relation.”
“For couples who are generally less distressed, a session or two works well for them and they easily realise the importance of the relation but for the families who are in distress, we have to struggle a bit. Our committee of five members comprise police officials as well as social workers. We awarded 35 couples who successfully completed their counseling sessions and promised to live happily again. The move will help to promote family stability, creating a better home environment for children and the like,” added Kumar. “These couples are called for counseling sessions every second or third day in the women police station. Some realise soon while some take more than a month to reunite.,” Kumar said.
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