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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
LOK SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO: 4040
ANSWERED ON:  19.03.2021
Dysfunctional One Stop centres
Gaddam Ranjith Reddy
Will the Minister of



WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT be pleased to state:-



(a) whether it is true that as many as 800 One Stop Centres (OSCs) have been approved so far by the Ministry and if so, the details of Centres thereof, State-wise including Telangana;
(b) the number of women benefitted under these centres, State-wise;
(c) whether it is true that out of 800, only 650 are functional and if so, the details of centres functional out of the total approved, State-wise;
(d) the steps taken by the Ministry to make these centres operational ; and
(e) the budget allocated for OSCs in 2021-22?


ANSWER
ANSWER

MINISTER OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
(SHRIMATI SMRITI ZUBIN IRANI)


(a) to (c): Government has approved 733 One Stop Centre (OSC) across the Country, out of which 700 are operational. The OSCs provide a range of services such as police facilitation, legal aid, psycho-social counselling, medical aid and temporary shelter in an integrated manner, under one roof, for violence affected women and women in distress.

The State wise list of the approved and operational OSCs alongwith the number of women that have approached the OSCs including those from the State of Telangana is at Annexure.

(d): Under the scheme, funds are directly released to Districts upon approval of proposal. The Ministry regularly follows up with the District Administration and the State Governments through formal communications, e-mails, phone calls, virtual meeting through Video Conference etc. for speedy implementation of the scheme for the benefit of women.

(e): In the Budget 2021-22 for ''Sambal'' (which includes One Stop Centre (OSC), Mahila Police Volunteers (MPV), Women Helpline (WHL), Swadhar, Ujjawala, Widow Homes) under Mission Shakti, provision of Rs. 587.00 crores has been made.

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Annexure-I
ANNEXURE REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PART (a) to (c) TO THE LOK SABHA UN-STARRED QUESTION NO.4040 FOR 19.03.2021 ASKED BY DR. G. RANJITH REDDY regarding DYSFUNCTIONAL ONE STOP CENTRES''

State wise details of the approved and operational OSCs alongwith the number of women that has approached the OSCs including those from the State of Telangana

PRESENT STATUS OF OPRATIONAL ONE STOP CENTRE

S.No.
State/ UTs Total Number of Districts Number of OSCs Approved Number of Operational OSCs Total Number of Cases
(From 1.04.2015 to 30.06.2020)
1. Andaman & Nicobar Islands (UT) 3 3 3
1466
2. Andhra Pradesh 13 14 13 25841
3. Arunachal Pradesh 25 25 24 658
4. Assam 33 33 33 2398
5. Bihar 38 38 38 9221
6. Chandigarh (UT) 1 1 1 631
7. Chhattisgarh 27 27 27 20819
8. Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu (UT) 3 3 3
686
9. Goa 2 2 2 1500
10. Gujarat 33 33 33 7261
11. Haryana 22 22 22 8150
12. Himachal Pradesh 12 12 12 228
13. Jammu & Kashmir (UT) 20 20 20 2498
14. Jharkhand 24 24 24 704
15. Karnataka 30 30 30 3560
16. Kerala 14 14 14 3216
17. Ladakh (UT) 2 2 1 27
18. Lakshadweep (UT) 1 1 1 0
19. Madhya Pradesh 52 52 51 21126
20. Maharashtra 36 37 37 4410
21. Manipur 16 16 16 66
22. Meghalaya 11 11 11 335
23. Mizoram 8 8 8 233
24. Nagaland 11 11 11 374
25. NCT of Delhi (UT) 11 11 11 588
26. Odisha 30 30 30 4898
27. Puducherry (UT) 4 4 4 244
28. Punjab 22 22 22 4664
29. Rajasthan 33 33 33 8837
30. Sikkim 4 4 4 274
31. Tamil Nadu 37 38 32 6591
32. Telangana 33 33 33 15385
33. Tripura 8 8 8 154
34. Uttar Pradesh 75 75 75 146158
35. Uttarakhand 13 13 13 2695
36. West Bengal 23 23 0 0
Total 730 733 700 305896
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