Guwahati: Smartly dressed in khaki uniforms, these women from Northeast India mean business. Taking a few moments off from their hectic schedule, they got together at a popular eatery serving cuisine from the region in the national capital on Wednesday to assert the fact that they are with us, for us always.
In a confidence-inspiring video uploaded by Karen Yepthomi, owner of Dzukou Tribal Kitchen who hosted the gathering, a few members of the ‘Special Police Unit for North East Region (SPUNER)’ of Delhi Police urged the people of Northeast to seek their help in times of distress.
“We’re on duty 24×7,” said one of them. “Please use 1093 helpline,” requested another member of the special police unit.
During the informal meet, the women cops talked about the working of the SPUNER team and also about the safety of women in the Delhi, among others.
The team was invited by Yepthomi to her newly renovated restaurant for lunch. During the session, the team gave out information about the functioning of the team and also their existence in the capital city.
The members of the team belonging from different states of the Northeast gave out the helpline number (1093) where anyone in distress can give a call seeking help and other useful information.
While speaking with EastMojo, Yepthomi said: “We had a healthy chat about the safety of women in the city and had a great interactive session with the team.”
Yepthomi’s Dzukou Tribal Kitchen in Delhi attracts a lot of Northeastern people living in Delhi, among others, for her Naga cuisine and the elegant look of her restaurant. After renovating, the tribal kitchen is attracting more foodies from across the city, hungry for tasty Naga dishes.