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Each PS to get Rs 2 cr for modernisation: DGP

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NALBARI, Oct 23 - In order to modernise the police administration and to enhance its efficiency, all the police stations in the State are to get an amount of Rs 2 core each in the next five years.

The police stations will have internet facilities to easily dispose of cases along with other modern facilities for scientific investigation.

While addressing the inaugural function of the new building of Ghograpar police station in Nalbari district recently, the Director General of Police (DGP), Mukesh Sahay said that to fight the anti-social elements in the society, the police must strengthen relationships with the public.

Referring to the growing crimes against women in the State, the DGP said that the police have decided to set up women cells in all the police stations and 65 police stations already have such cells till now.

The new building of the Ghograpar police station, constructed at a cost of Rs 1 crore, was formally inaugurated by the State Minister of Industries and Transport, Chandra Mohan Patowary.

Addressing the meeting, Patowary said, �Jobs for 24 lakh unemployed in government sector are not possible as only 15,000 posts become vacant every year under the State Government,� adding that �We must create a congenial atmosphere in the State to attract multi-national companies to open their units in the State.�

He called upon the young generation to avoid using Chinese goods. Referring to the crude oil in the State, the minister said, �We have to close down four refineries in the State, if we stop importing crude oil from Paradip.� According to him, the State produces only four million tonnes of crude oil against the demands of seven million tonnes for the four refineries.

The inaugural function was also addressed by Diganta Bora, Deputy Inspector General of Police (western range), MLA of Nalbari LAC Ashok Sarma, MLA of Barkshetri LAC Narayan Deka, Nalbari DC Ananta Lal Gyani and Nalbari SP Hemanta Bhattacharya.

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Each PS to get Rs 2 cr for modernisation: DGP

NALBARI, Oct 23 - In order to modernise the police administration and to enhance its efficiency, all the police stations in the State are to get an amount of Rs 2 core each in the next five years.

The police stations will have internet facilities to easily dispose of cases along with other modern facilities for scientific investigation.

While addressing the inaugural function of the new building of Ghograpar police station in Nalbari district recently, the Director General of Police (DGP), Mukesh Sahay said that to fight the anti-social elements in the society, the police must strengthen relationships with the public.

Referring to the growing crimes against women in the State, the DGP said that the police have decided to set up women cells in all the police stations and 65 police stations already have such cells till now.

The new building of the Ghograpar police station, constructed at a cost of Rs 1 crore, was formally inaugurated by the State Minister of Industries and Transport, Chandra Mohan Patowary.

Addressing the meeting, Patowary said, �Jobs for 24 lakh unemployed in government sector are not possible as only 15,000 posts become vacant every year under the State Government,� adding that �We must create a congenial atmosphere in the State to attract multi-national companies to open their units in the State.�

He called upon the young generation to avoid using Chinese goods. Referring to the crude oil in the State, the minister said, �We have to close down four refineries in the State, if we stop importing crude oil from Paradip.� According to him, the State produces only four million tonnes of crude oil against the demands of seven million tonnes for the four refineries.

The inaugural function was also addressed by Diganta Bora, Deputy Inspector General of Police (western range), MLA of Nalbari LAC Ashok Sarma, MLA of Barkshetri LAC Narayan Deka, Nalbari DC Ananta Lal Gyani and Nalbari SP Hemanta Bhattacharya.

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