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N Biren Singh inaugurates Manipur’s first SP office

By Our Correspondent Updated: Jun 24, 2017 10:46 pm
Manipur chief minister N Biren led ministerial team opens state’s first SP(Traffic) office in Imphal on Saturday.

Imphal, June 25 (EMN): Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Saturday inaugurated the state’s first ever Superintendent of Police’s office(Traffic Control Wing) and Cyber Crime Police Station besides launching Community Policing as part of 57 kinds of works to be completed within his government’s 100 days programme here this afternoon.

The new SP Traffic Wing has a sanctioned strength of 118 personnel including one additional SP, one DSP, one Inspector, seven Sub-Inspectors and 15 Assistant Sub-Inspectors.

DSP (Cyber Crime) has been designated as the Officer-in-Charge of the said police station having jurisdiction throughout the State. The DSP will be assisted by four Inspectors, 10 Sub-Inspectors, 10 Assistant Sub-Inspectors, 20 Constables and five drivers.

On the other hand, the main objective of launching Community Policing is to build a healthy police-community relationship. SPs and OCs will take initiatives to create Police Community Liaison Groups (PCLG), comprising representatives of communities and police at three levels in their respective districts and police stations.

Meanwhile addressing formal launching session of Community Policing, Chief Minister N Biren Singh said that police is the mirror of the Government. He said his government is discussing seriously whether the authority will provide registration number to the newly purchased cars or not if the owners fails to show parking area in their respective residences.

Asserting that he would never indulge in any form of favouritism in any appointment and transfer and posting of Government employees, he also vowed not to exert political influence to any official.

He also directed the State Police to expedite the process of investigation and charge sheet framing in the cases relating to heinous crimes.

Maintaining that prompt action is required in cyber crimes related cases as well, the Chief Minister opined that uploading communal, insulting and vulgar posts must be dealt with fast before it results to any unwanted incident.

By Our Correspondent Updated: Jun 24, 2017 10:46:05 pm