Closely monitor jail inmates out on bail & parole: DGP

  • | Saturday | 2nd December, 2023

Dehradun: The newly appointed director general of police (DGP), Abhinav Kumar, on Friday instructed police officers to ensure a close monitoring of jail inmates coming out on bail and parole in the state. He gave the directions while holding the first meeting with senior officers as the DGP at the state police headquarters. Kumar added, The STF should also do the same regarding those lodged in the jails of neighbouring states coming to Uttarakhand on bail or parole. He also directed the officers to speed up the action of seizing illegally accumulated properties of those booked under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances and Gangster Acts.Speaking on the traffic management, Kumar stated, A meeting should be held with the stakeholders concerned. Proper road signages should be installed along with deployment of personnel at accident prone areas. TNNWe also published the following articles recentlyAbhinav Kumar named 12th DGP of UttarakhandAbhinav Kumar, an IPS officer, is the new director general of police (DGP) of Uttarakhand, taking over from Ashok Kumar. Kumar is currently ADG Intelligence and has been given the additional charge of DGP. He is the 12th DGP of the state. The department had proposed the names of three IPS officers - PVK Prasad, Deepam Seth, and Kumar for the key post to the Union Public Service Commission. According to UPSCs new appointment rules, an IPS officer with around 25 years of service can be named for the post of state director general of police.DGP sanctions scholarship of Rs.19.62 lakh for wards of serving Police personnelJ&K DGP R R Swain has sanctioned meritorious scholarships totaling 19.62 lakh rupees for 290 wards of serving police personnel. Scholarships of 3.15 lakh rupees have been granted to 31 wards for securing 80% and above marks in graduation/post-graduation exams. One ward received 18,000 rupees for achieving 94.5% in an MBA, and 12 wards were awarded 12,000 rupees each for scoring above 80% in post-graduation exams. Additionally, 18 wards received 8,500 rupees each for scoring above 80% in graduation exams. Another scholarship worth 16.47 lakh rupees was granted to 259 wards for achieving above 80% in the 12th class annual exams.Bombay HC: Every court should have dedicated VC link to ensure inmates are produced online if not physicallyBombay high court directs undertrial prisoners to be produced via videoconferencing (VC) mode to save time, money, and resources. Every court should have a dedicated link and necessary technicalities should be worked out. More VC units and screens are needed in prisons and courts. The state must provide funds for screens and other VC facilities. Inmates complain about not being produced in court. Better internet connection and technicians are needed for effective VC facility. Reports forwarded to the home department for necessary steps.

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