DGP for stern action against anti social elements

Awasthi directs SPs to take prompt action against the Directors of Chit fund companies

Central Chronicle News
Raipur, Jul 07:

Director General of Police (DGP) DM Awasthi while presiding over a meeting of Superintendent of Police (SPs) of all the district through video conferencing here on Tuesday, directed them to take stern action against the anti-social elements and also asked them to prepare a new list of the criminals to ensure that Kanpur like incidents does not take place in Chhattisgarh.
Addressing the SPs, the DGP Awasthi stressed on the need to work professionally and added that SPs should make a surprise visit to the Police Stations as well as to install barriers in front of the Police stations as it is helpful in tacking the criminals.
He also asked them to take prompt action on the cases of Chit fund and Illegal sale of liquor which are in the priority list of the state government. He asked the SPs to not only take action against the Directors of Chit fund cases but also to seize their properties.
He stated that general cases of tribals in the tribal region of Naxal-infested areas should be withdrawn. He further stated that investigation on the cases related with the complaint against the police personnel should be completed within a month and added that SPs should ensure timely redressal of cases related with Service cases and added that no delay should be made in completing the cases related with appointments on compensate ground.
Presiding over the meeting, he directed the Commandants to establish regular dialogue with police jawans through Spandan programme and directed them to ensure immediate redressal of their cases related to their residential requirement.
ADGP Ashok Juneja, ADG Himanshu Gupta, DIG CID Sushil Dwevedi, HR Manhar and AIG Rajesh Agrawal were also present on the occasion.

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