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Arunachal police station judged as best among nine others

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New Delhi: Anini police station in Dibang Valley district of Arunachal Pradesh and nine others have been judged as best performing police stations across India by the Union Home Ministry.

The Home Ministry on Friday released a list of 10 such police stations from across India which are doing best in maintaining law and order.

According to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, a vast majority of the police stations short-listed from the thousands of police stations in the country are police stations located in small towns and rural areas.

“This is also true for those police stations which have been ranked among the top 10. This indicates that while availability of resources is important, more important is the dedication and sincerity of our police personnel to prevent and control crime and serve the nation,” an official from MHA said.

This effort reflects the directions of the Prime Minister while addressing the DGPs during the 2015 Conference in Kutch, Gujarat. He had directed that parameters should be laid down for grading Police Stations and assessing their performance based on feedback, he said.

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