Kerala to open digital de-addiction centres for children with online game addiction


20 more police stations have become child-friendly making it a total of 126 of the kind in the state.

Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the state will open digital de-addiction centres for children addicted to online games under the leadership of the police. CM announced this during the digital inauguration of different police stations that were newly constructed and renovated, across the state.

Only a few police stations do not have own building and CM promised to build new ones soon. Also, 20 more police stations have become child-friendly making it a total of 126 in the state. Poojappura, Vizhinjam, Kottayam East, Kumarakom, Kuravilangad, Gandhinagar, Karukachal, Thrissur West, Peramangalam, Mannuthy, Thrissur City Women’s Police Station, Kodungallur, Tirur, Ulikkal, Aralam, Kumbala, Vidyanagar, Ambalathara, Bedakam and Bekal are the new child-friendly police stations.

The police assistance centre at Ponmudi, the district forensic laboratory at Irinjalakuda and the district training centres at Malappuram AR Camp and Kozhikode city became operational from Saturday. DGP Anil Kant, ADGPs Vijay Sakhare, Manoj Abraham, DIG Shyam Sundar were present.

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