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Arunachal proposes police expansion

By The Assam Tribune

ITANAGAR, March 22 - The 2016-17 Budget, presented by Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho Pul today, proposed ambitious expansion plan for the police force in the State with higher allocation for modernisation.

Pul in his Budget speech laid special emphasis on modernisation of the police force to ensure security and safety to the people.

�Our government has already announced creation of 2,022 posts in Arunachal Pradesh Police and in addition to this, 400 women police personnel and 50 women traffic personnel will be recruited,� the Chief Minister said.

Police personnel would also be provided with allowances for purchase of uniforms and the amount would be directly credited in their bank accounts, Pul said.

�As a major step towards providing better facilities to the women police, the government proposes to keep a provision of Rs 44 crore for construction of women police station, including housing facilities in all districts.

To contain increasing crime rate in the State capital, the Budget also proposed to install state-of-the-art network of CCTV cameras at all strategic points. � PTI

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Arunachal proposes police expansion

ITANAGAR, March 22 - The 2016-17 Budget, presented by Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho Pul today, proposed ambitious expansion plan for the police force in the State with higher allocation for modernisation.

Pul in his Budget speech laid special emphasis on modernisation of the police force to ensure security and safety to the people.

�Our government has already announced creation of 2,022 posts in Arunachal Pradesh Police and in addition to this, 400 women police personnel and 50 women traffic personnel will be recruited,� the Chief Minister said.

Police personnel would also be provided with allowances for purchase of uniforms and the amount would be directly credited in their bank accounts, Pul said.

�As a major step towards providing better facilities to the women police, the government proposes to keep a provision of Rs 44 crore for construction of women police station, including housing facilities in all districts.

To contain increasing crime rate in the State capital, the Budget also proposed to install state-of-the-art network of CCTV cameras at all strategic points. � PTI