Mamata urges police to maintain case diaries for preventing slip ups
| Thursday | 13th February, 2020
Durgapur: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee instructed the police to maintain case diaries properly, as failure to do the same often helps criminals go scot-free.
Banerjee said: "It is often found that the police do not maintain case diaries properly.
The police officers should be involved in maintaining case diaries," she said, adding: "The lawyers who are appointed by the state government should work seriously, as they are being paid by the state government."
Vivek Kumar, principal secretary (health) informed the Chief Minister that 981 dark spots have been identified throughout the state and training of the Pathabandhu volunteers was on in full swing.
"If ECL does not give land then it should be held responsible in case of any accident," Banerjee added.
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