Andhra Pradesh CM launches Disha app for women’s safety
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy launched Disha App today in a public meeting that was held in Gollapudi village near Vijayawada.
According to the report, the woman police will work as the ambassadors of Disha app. Mr. YS Reddy wanted every woman should download Disha app which can save them when they are in trouble. He asked the officials to create awareness on the Disha app for every woman in the state.
The features of this application include an SOS button which sends out an alert once pressed to the Disha Command Control Centre, immediately notifying the police close to the location of the alert, and simultaneously notifies registered emergency contacts as well, a total of 5 numbers can be registered as emergency contacts.
Know your #DishaApp: Be safe & vigilant on the road. Check for Black Spots, Accident Mapping, #Pharmacies, #BloodBanks, Dialysis Centers & Health Facilities under the Road Safety Feature in your Disha App.
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— Andhra Pradesh Police (@APPOLICE100) June 29, 2021
A new feature called “Track My Travel” was incorporated in the application as an added measure for safety and supervision during travel. Emergency dial assistance numbers, 100 and 112 are also included in the application.
A specific option is provided in the application to receive the contact information of police officials from the nearest police station, also the contact information of Hospitals, Maternity centres, trauma care centres, blood banks, and pharmacies will be made accessible from the application.
This application can be downloaded from the Google play store and Apple app store.