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Mizoram measures to improve police efficiency

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AIZAWL, Sept 15 � Mizoram Home department has made several suggestions for more efficient functioning of the State police in a meeting convened by Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla and attended by Home Minister R Lalzirliana.

The meeting held here recently was attended by Home department officials and senior police officers. In the meeting, the Home department suggested that concerted efforts should be made to end the use of constables by senior police officials for private works, according to an official statement.

It was also suggested that a Central police workshop be established to cut down expenses on vehicle repairs and also put an end to senior police officers keeping more than two vehicles.

The meeting was held after Lal Thanhawla asked all the secretaries to make suggestions on improvement in efficiency and austerity measures. � PTI

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Mizoram measures to improve police efficiency

AIZAWL, Sept 15 � Mizoram Home department has made several suggestions for more efficient functioning of the State police in a meeting convened by Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla and attended by Home Minister R Lalzirliana.

The meeting held here recently was attended by Home department officials and senior police officers. In the meeting, the Home department suggested that concerted efforts should be made to end the use of constables by senior police officials for private works, according to an official statement.

It was also suggested that a Central police workshop be established to cut down expenses on vehicle repairs and also put an end to senior police officers keeping more than two vehicles.

The meeting was held after Lal Thanhawla asked all the secretaries to make suggestions on improvement in efficiency and austerity measures. � PTI