Police-Public meet at Panthachowk
Srinagar, Jan 8: A police-public meet was held at Pantha Chowk on city outskirts here on Saturday, a police spokesman said.
He said the Superintendent of Police City Zone- West, Dr Sunil Gupta presided over the meet. “Large number of people from Athwajan, Panthachowk, Balhama, and Khanmoh areas, besides representatives from Stone Quarry association, KMD Bus stand and Taxi stand participated in the meet,” he added
“People expressed their full faith and trust in the Police and reiterated their resolve to cooperate with the Police in the eradication of crime and in maintaining law and order in their respective areas. It was assured by the Police officers that Police will continue to ensure the safety of the lives and property of people and will remain focused in eradicating all forms of crime from the society,” the spokesman added.
Some prominent citizens, according to the spokesman, maintained that it was an aberration on the part of some youth of these areas who were misled to indulge in illegal activities during the recent past. These youth have now realized their fault and have joined the normal chorus of life again. People complained of the scarcity of essential commodities and lack of basic amenities in their areas and demanded immediate redressal of their problems. Police officers assured to bring these demands to the concerned departments for early action.
Sub divisional Police officer-(SDPO), West City,. Sajad Khaliq Bhat, SHO Police station Panthachowk, Muhammad Yousuf and other officers were also present on the occasion.
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