High-level meet headed by state police chief held in Aurangabad

  • | Friday | 15th March, 2019

The officer also reiterated his no-nonsense policy in dealing with corruption cases and corrupt policemen.“The DGP has asked us to ensure implementation of model code of conduct (MCC) norms in letter and spirit. He also reminded all the officers that post MCC coming in to force, police are under the election commission and violation of any of the norms may lend them in to major trouble,” another officer present in the meeting said. Other issues related to caste-based violence, Maratha Kranti Morcha movement, activities of each of the major political and socio-religious organisations in the region were discussed.Stress was also given on improving intelligence gathering, so that it not only brings down the police’s response time but also nips any untoward situation in the bud.The intelligence gathered by SID and issues surrounding the upcoming general elections were discussed at length by the authorities and senior police officers briefed the state police chief about the preparedness in their respective jurisdictions.Sources informed that specific directives have been issued for keeping a close watch on the elements trying to fuel communal tension. Aurangabad: State police chief Subodh Kumar Jaiswal along with state intelligence commissioner Rashmi Shukla and special IG (law and order) Milind Bharambe held a high-level meeting in Aurangabad on Thursday and reviewed the situation in Marathwada ahead of the upcoming general elections.The meeting was attended by all senior police officers from the region, including the newly-appointed Aurangabad range special inspector general of police Ravinder Kumar Singal, Nanded range’s Prakash Mutyal and Aurangabad commissioner of police Chiranjeev Prasad.“During the meeting several key issues like crime rate and law and order situation plaguing the Marathwada region were discussed,” an officer who attended the meeting said.The state police chief reviewed the possible repercussions, if any, of communal riots that hit the city on the night of May 11, 2018, series of actions carried out by anti-terrorism squad against suspects with alleged ISIS links and also against the right-wing terror suspects for their alleged role in the killing of rationalist leaders.In addition to this, activities of left-wing organisations, their front organisations having suspicious role, if any, were also discussed.

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