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IRB men to assist Nagaland Police after firing incidents

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DIMAPUR, June 8 - Nagaland Police have ordered reinforcement in the form of Indian Reserve Battalion personnel to control law and order, and ensure better security following the recent firing incidents at the residences of two ruling Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party leaders here, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police and Public Relations Officer T Relo Aye stated in a release.

The police have also constituted a special investigation team (SIT), headed by a senior officer in the rank of Deputy Commissioner of Police, to investigate the two firing incidents.

DGP T John Longkumer held an emergency meeting with the Dimapur Commissioner of Police and all senior officers of the Dimapur Police Commissionerate on Friday to review and assess the recent spate in firing incidents in certain sensitive pockets of Dimapur district.

The meeting discussed the necessary actions to be taken for speedy investigation into the two firing incidents.

The DGP has approved of the provision of 50 new motorcycles to form a motorcycle squad to assist the already existing machinery in the district. Forty new communication sets have also been sanctioned, the release said. �This will enhance mobility and speedy reaction to any contingencies,� it added.

Further, 50 Glock-17 pistols have been provided to enhance the firepower capacity of the district police force.

Longkumer stressed that all these new assets, manpower and security network should be available within a week. It was also decided to reinforce the beat patrolling system within the district for more effective policing.

The DGP also sanctioned Rs 5 lakh to procure new high capacity CCTVs which will be placed at strategic locations to aid intelligence collection and assist investigation.

The release said images from CCTVs installed at various locations have helped in identifying the vehicles allegedly used by suspected miscreants in the firing incidents.

The police said a new police assistant/beat post in the vicinity of the NRL Petrol Pump, 2� Mile, to provide security was also approved of, during the meeting. The police appealed to the public to come forward with any information that would aid in the investigation of cases.

The police assured that the identity of informers would be kept secret. The DGP said the performance of the police department would be greatly boosted by the active participation of the public.

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IRB men to assist Nagaland Police after firing incidents

DIMAPUR, June 8 - Nagaland Police have ordered reinforcement in the form of Indian Reserve Battalion personnel to control law and order, and ensure better security following the recent firing incidents at the residences of two ruling Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party leaders here, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police and Public Relations Officer T Relo Aye stated in a release.

The police have also constituted a special investigation team (SIT), headed by a senior officer in the rank of Deputy Commissioner of Police, to investigate the two firing incidents.

DGP T John Longkumer held an emergency meeting with the Dimapur Commissioner of Police and all senior officers of the Dimapur Police Commissionerate on Friday to review and assess the recent spate in firing incidents in certain sensitive pockets of Dimapur district.

The meeting discussed the necessary actions to be taken for speedy investigation into the two firing incidents.

The DGP has approved of the provision of 50 new motorcycles to form a motorcycle squad to assist the already existing machinery in the district. Forty new communication sets have also been sanctioned, the release said. �This will enhance mobility and speedy reaction to any contingencies,� it added.

Further, 50 Glock-17 pistols have been provided to enhance the firepower capacity of the district police force.

Longkumer stressed that all these new assets, manpower and security network should be available within a week. It was also decided to reinforce the beat patrolling system within the district for more effective policing.

The DGP also sanctioned Rs 5 lakh to procure new high capacity CCTVs which will be placed at strategic locations to aid intelligence collection and assist investigation.

The release said images from CCTVs installed at various locations have helped in identifying the vehicles allegedly used by suspected miscreants in the firing incidents.

The police said a new police assistant/beat post in the vicinity of the NRL Petrol Pump, 2� Mile, to provide security was also approved of, during the meeting. The police appealed to the public to come forward with any information that would aid in the investigation of cases.

The police assured that the identity of informers would be kept secret. The DGP said the performance of the police department would be greatly boosted by the active participation of the public.