Committed to bridge gap between police and public: IGP
Srinagar, Feb 16: The Inspector General of Police Kashmir Zone, SM Sahai today said police is committed to bridge gap with people and maintained that organizing police-public meets is a step towards the endeavour.
A police spokesman in a statement said in the first leg of his tour, the IGP presided over a large public gathering at District Police Lines Baramulla. The general public comprised of the local Auquf committee, traders federation, and representatives from other section of the society.
“Only aim for conducting such events is to come closer to the people and help in bridging the gap between the Police and Public,” the IGP said while addressing the gathering.
The IGP sought support from the general public for eradication of crime. Some members from the public demanded for establishing of a Drug De-addiction Centre at Baramulla, in view of the increasing graph in drug menace. IGP assured for early redressal.
In similar meeting in Sopore, people demanded on the spot recruitment drive there besides relaxation in various hurdles being faced by released and surrendered militants.
IGP also addressed a police Darbar of various ranks of police District Sopore and impressed upon police personnel to work with dedication and missionary sprit to bring peace and provide helping hand to people.
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