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Dolo insists cops to develop rapport with Assam police

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  23 May 2016 12:00 AM GMT


Itagar, May 22: Aruchal Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister, Kameng Dolo has exhorted the police officers and jawans posted at Seijosa sub-division in East Kameng district to develop a good relation and rapport with their counterparts in neighbouring Assam. Dolo, who also holds the Home portfolio, conducted an unnounced visit to the Seijosa police station on Saturday to familiarize with the station’s environment and working condition, inspected the building condition of police station and bachelor barrack, an official report informed.

The barrack where jawans are put up found to be in dilapidated condition which required immediate repairing and maintence. Stressing on building confidence measures between public and security forces, Dolo also instructed the security personnel to deal any kind of crimes with firm hand.

During his visit to police station, the minister was briefed that this year lowest rate of crimes have been recorded in the sub-division except few stray cases of theft, burglary, hurt, kidpping, abduction and two cases of murder.

On enquiry of critical and need based requirement of the police station, OC, Dhami requested for placement of new vehicle for effective prevention and controlling of crimes in the area in view of its sensitivity due to inter-state crimes and presence of unlawful elements. He further informed the deputy chief minister that the vehicles allotted to the police station have outlived their normal life span.

When he was apprised of man power shortage, the minister assured to post 8 constables to the police station in addition to the existing strength of man power. He also informed that shortly a regular SDPO would also be posted to Seijosa. In view of reported jungle fire incidents in township area during dry season, Dolo was urged to provide fire tender service at Seijosa. He was also informed of requirement for establishment of an outpost police station at Dissing Passo circle as area has been witnessing frequent border dispute with Assam.

The deputy chief minister also announced for installation of CC TV camera at the police station and Seijosa check gate to monitor regular movement of people. Dolo also paid surprise visits to the government higher secondary school, where he inspected the school buildings which was constructed way back in the 70s. Expressing his dismay over the bad conditions of school buildings, Dolo asked the school authority to submit detail report for construction of new school buildings adjacent to existing one. He also visited the CHC to see the health delivery system and its service provided to the patients, the report added.

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