Woman Police Stations established by Punjab Govt. are proving very beneficial for resolution of domestic disputes. As such, 915 cases have been disposed off, through Woman Police Stations last year in district SAS Nagar. Elaborating this, SHO Woman Police Station (Investigation) Inspector Smt. Mandeep Kaur said that Woman Police Station at third floor of District Administrative Complex, SAS Nagar is being run as per directions of SSP Sh.Kuldeep Singh and give preference to resolve woman domestic disputes relating to subdivisions Mohali, Kharar & Dera Bassi falling under their jurisdiction by giving choice to both the parties to settle the matter by mutual consent & counseling after hearing both the parties. Such Police Stations are proving very helpful for connecting the ties among families.Inspector said that last year (2017) total 1077 applications were received, including 239 pending applications of the year 2016. Out of which 915 cases have been resolved, which includes resolution to 143 cases of divorce and for 224 cases decision to remain together was given and 55 cases were recommended for filing a suit. Besides this, 493 cases were closed after mutual consents of both the parties and 162 cases are pending. She further said 789 different types of cases were resolved in 2016. She said that various domestic disputed relating to women are being resolved with complete transparency at these police stations and counseling of both the parties is being done by Woman Cell, which helps in resolving the conflicts and help them to start their life wit a broader mind set. Such resolution saves time and money of family members.Inspector Jasmeen Kaur, counseling Incharge Women Cell said that long term pending matters which were lingering on from years, have been got resolved within week through counseling by Woman cell. Woman cell is functional by 2 Sub-Inspectors, 3 ASI & one Head Constable. SHO Woman Police Station Smt. Mandeep Kaur said that the woman related matter which remain unsolved even after counseling are recommended for cases to initiate action against them and in 2017 such 55 cases have been reported whereas 70 cases were reported in 2016.Photo Caption: SHO Inspector Smt. Mandeep Kaur and counseling Incharge of Women Cell Inspector Jaismeen Kaur, counseling both the parties at Woman Police Station District Administrative Complex.