Society-Police Dialogue Campaign from January 8 to March 8

02 Jan 2018
Society-Police Dialogue Campaign from January 8 to March 8

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that a campaign of dialogue between the society and the police will be launched from January 8 to March 8. Society and police should hold discussion on each other’s expectations in the programmes to be organized at police station level. A mechanism should be created so that the police and the society work together. CM Chouhan was holding a video conference with police officials at Police Headquarters. Home Minister Shri Bhupendra Singh and Additional Chief Secretary Shri K.K. Singh were also present on the occasion.

CM Chouhan said that challenges keep cropping up in the existing society. To tackle these challenges promptly and successfully, apart from routine work, goal-oriented strategy on various aspects of solution is also must. He stressed on the need for a work-plan. He directed to prepare short-term and long-term work plans after intensive discussion with the police officials groups, mentors of departments and subject experts.

On the various aspects of women’s security, CM Chouhan told to create an atmosphere in which society works unitedly. The atmosphere should be created by linking religious leaders, social workers, voluntary, women’s organizations on various social dimensions on women’s crimes. Public should connect with the police and criminals should fear them. He stressed on making the police stations pro-people. He stressed on free hand to put an end to criminal activities like illegal drug business, anti-social elements and misleading publicity.

The Chief Minister expressed concern on incidents of tension in police force. He directed to initiate for improvements in physical, mental health, service conditions and increasing will power of the force. He stressed on the need for creating an environment of love and respect in the police force. He told to consider initiating promotions through best work and beginning process of recruitments of 6,000 new posts in the Police force.

The Chief Minister honoured police trainers awarded with the Union Home Ministry medal.

Director General of Police Shri R.K. Shukla told that the list of identified crimes ahs been expanded. The percentage of punishment in crimes has reached 70 percent. He told that now women’s police force is also available. Ten thousand fully trained new police force is also ready