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Crime review meet
Remain extra vigilant, alert during Amarnath yatra: SSP to cops
KT NEWS SERVICE
JAMMU, July 13: SSP Jammu, Dr Sunil Gupta today exhorted the officers to remain extra vigilant and alert during Amarnath yatra.

SSP Jammu, Dr Sunil Gupta, held a crime review meeting of Police Sub-Division City East, Jammu. SP City South Sandeep Choudhary, Chief Prosecuting officer Parshant Mahajan, SDPO City East Arun Jamwal, SHO Police Station Trikuta Nagar, Bagh-e-Bahu, Channi, Incharge of Police Posts under Sub-Div. City East and Investigating Officers of these units were present in the meeting.

At the outset of meeting SSP Jammu examined the performance of Police Stations. The main focus of the meeting was to improve the quality of investigation of accident cases, motor vehicle theft, burglary, NDPS Act and other cases. Besides, missing persons, inquest proceedings, arrest of absconders and action taken under preventive measures were also reviewed.

During the meeting, the SSP briefed the officers about ongoing Amarnath yatra. He exhorted the officers to remain extra vigilant and alert during the yatra.

He advised them to stay alert and take necessary precautionary measures to defeat the evil designs of anti-national and antisocial elements. He stressed the need to intensify random checking and organize short and long-range patrolling in far-off and inaccessible areas.

The issue of public complaints pending with Police Sub-Division City East also discussed in the meeting. He took the strict review for early finalization of the pending cases/public complaints to give the relief to the general public. He also directed the Police Stations staff to conduct foot patrolling in their respective jurisdiction. The investigating staff was also directed to conduct the investigation of cases with zeal, dedication and with transparency at an earliest possible time in the public interest and bring the pendency to the minimum.


News Updated at : Friday, July 14, 2017
 
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