Open House Interface to Curb Crime

Pre-occupation of the local police with the Maoist problems leading to the overall deteriorating law and order scene in the town has forced the locals to demand an open house discussion on the subject with the top brass in khaki.

Published: 13th December 2013 09:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th December 2013 09:14 AM   |  A+A-

Pre-occupation of the local police with the Maoist problems leading to the overall deteriorating law and order scene in the town has forced the locals to demand an open house discussion on the subject with the top brass in khaki.

Miffed by the rising crime and lawlessness in and around the town, some organisations,ina statement,urged the newly appointed Inspector General of Police, South-Western, Y K Jethwa to strengthen the force and pay adequate attention to curb the crime in the area alongside their engagement with the left wing extremism.

Stating that open house interface between the citizens and the police have not taken place in the last five years, the public has little access to the police to get relief, the statement said.

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