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Zero tolerance on drugs, syndicate trade in Barak Valley: Assam DGP

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Silchar, Feb 11: Director-General of Police (DGP), Assam, Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta has made the intentions of police very clear, there will be zero tolerance on the rampant run of drugs and syndicated rackets of betel nuts and fertilizers and other crimes rooted deep across Barak Valley.

During his recent visit to southern Assam, the DGP took part in a review meeting of the police department alongside IG Devraj Upadhyay, Superintendent of Police, Cachar Ramandeep Kaur along with other officials of the district police department.

"All those who have their hands dipped in criminal activities, big or small, would be nabbed. There will be zero-tolerance policy on drugs, on the syndicated rackets across the state and particularly in Barak Valley. The District police, the Cachar SP and also SPs of other districts of Barak Valley will show their results against the syndicated organised rackets for people to witness. Also, we are taking steps to accelerate the case disposal and improve the conviction percentage so that the victims get justice. Police is to serve the people and not to harass or disturb them," the DGP said.

Asked about whether names of big shots have come to the fore as yet of being involved in the syndicate, the DGP, seeking support from the people of Barak Valley on the drives against the syndicate pattern of crime, said, " These are parts of the investigation and everything cannot be spelt out in public. I modestly request the people of Barak Valley to support Assam Police in the drives taken in the interest of public wellbeing."

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Zero tolerance on drugs, syndicate trade in Barak Valley: Assam DGP

Silchar, Feb 11: Director-General of Police (DGP), Assam, Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta has made the intentions of police very clear, there will be zero tolerance on the rampant run of drugs and syndicated rackets of betel nuts and fertilizers and other crimes rooted deep across Barak Valley.

During his recent visit to southern Assam, the DGP took part in a review meeting of the police department alongside IG Devraj Upadhyay, Superintendent of Police, Cachar Ramandeep Kaur along with other officials of the district police department.

"All those who have their hands dipped in criminal activities, big or small, would be nabbed. There will be zero-tolerance policy on drugs, on the syndicated rackets across the state and particularly in Barak Valley. The District police, the Cachar SP and also SPs of other districts of Barak Valley will show their results against the syndicated organised rackets for people to witness. Also, we are taking steps to accelerate the case disposal and improve the conviction percentage so that the victims get justice. Police is to serve the people and not to harass or disturb them," the DGP said.

Asked about whether names of big shots have come to the fore as yet of being involved in the syndicate, the DGP, seeking support from the people of Barak Valley on the drives against the syndicate pattern of crime, said, " These are parts of the investigation and everything cannot be spelt out in public. I modestly request the people of Barak Valley to support Assam Police in the drives taken in the interest of public wellbeing."