GUWAHATI, May 10 - Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today inaugurated the permanent building of the Jengraimukh Police Station at a function held at Jengraimukh in Majuli. The permanent building of the police station was built at a cost of Rs 64.98 lakh by the Assam Police Housing Corporation, stated an official press release.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister hailed the role of the Assam Police in maintaining law and order of the State as well as protecting lives and properties of the people of the State. He also acknowledges the role of Assam Police in controlling terrorism and other anti-social activities. He also urged the Assam Police personnel to maintain a cordial relationship with the people in general so that the human face of Assam Police can be elevated.
He also mooted the idea of smart police in the State and assured to take all possible steps to realize the plan. He also urged RN Singh, Chairman of the Assam Police Housing Corporation, to construct a guest house with all modern facilities in Jengraimukh.
Synchronizing with the function, Sonowal felicitated the widows of two police personnel who died on duty.
The Jengraimukh Police Station covers 8 Gram Panchayat areas of Majuli district. APHC Chairman RN Singh, IGP (Eastern) RK Mina, Xatradhikar of Uttar Kamalabari Xatra Janardan Dev Goswami, Xatradhikar of Garmur Satra Paramanda Dev Goswami were present on the occasion, the release added.