IEP Chandigarh, September 18
The Director General of Police (DGP), Haryana Sh. P.K. Agrawal today directed the police officers to monitor all serious and identified crimes at their own level and keep a watch and make efforts in the cases pending in courts so that the accused get punished. Also, tightens the noose on proclaimed offenders and bail jumpers.
DGP was reviewing the crime and law and order situation with Rohtak Range police officers in a meeting held at Dadri today. He also directed them to improve policing in their areas concerned.
Rohtak Range ADGP Mamta Singh, Superintendent of Police Charkhi Dadri Deepak Gehlawat, Superintendent of Police Sonipat Himanshu Garg, Superintendent of Police Bhiwani Ajit Shekhawat, Superintendent of Police Rohtak Uday Singh Meena, Superintendent of Police Jhajjar Wasim Akram attended the meeting.
Sh. Agrawal also held detailed discussions with the police officers and reviewed the crime statistics and other subjects. The officers were also told to keep vigil at public places to avert crime against women. Besides, the beat system should be strengthened.
While reviewing the crime scenario, he said that all the officers should listen to the common people’s grievances. As soon as the information about the criminal incident was received, police immediately reached the spot and took stern action to arrest the culprit. Every person coming to the police station should be heard and immediate action should be taken on his complaint.
He said that police officers should work on a zero tolerance policy against crime. He also reviewed the welfare schemes of police personnel and asked the officers to also pay attention to medical, health and educational facilities in this direction.