All women police station for Pernambut sought

VELLORE: The Pernambut Consumer Protection Council has appealed to the Chief minister, J Jayalalithaa, to establish an all women police station for the town. In a memorandum submitted by

Published: 23rd May 2012 12:26 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd June 2012 10:30 PM   |  A+A-

VELLORE: The Pernambut Consumer Protection Council has appealed to the Chief minister, J Jayalalithaa, to establish an all women police station for the town.

In a memorandum submitted by the president of the council T Basheeruddin, he also underlined the need for doubling the strength of police personnel in police stations in Pernambut.

He also requested the Chief Minister to set up a police outpost at the Aravatla village that shares a border with Andhra Pradesh.

Basheeruddin also sought a civil supplies godown at Pernambut and a new building for the Amutham fair price shop in the town.

 The biometric cards planned by the state government for PDS should be durable, he demanded.

He further requested that new applications for ration cards must be processed within 60 days.

He also suggested that 10 kg of raw rice and 10 kg of boiled rice could be provided to the card holders.

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