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AGARTALA, Jan 3 - Even as militancy is on the wane in Tripura, they are still active in the neighbouring country to destabilize the prevailing peace, said Chief Minister Manik Sarkar.

�No doubt there have been successes in some areas last year, but there is still room for improvement as far as law and order is concerned,� he said while inaugurating the Police Week celebrations at the AD Nagar here today.

�It is a fact that insurgency has been controlled considerably over the past few years, but there should not be any complacency in regard to the vexed problem,� he said.

�Vested interest group is still active across the border and they may make a bloody comeback at any moment. Police must keep a close eye on the situation,� he added.

Underlining the need of police modernisation to tackle the new challenges, Sarkar said it requires substantial fund but the Centre is not extending help in this regard. �In spite of non-operation, the State government is not sitting idle. We are doing our best to carry forward police modernisation to take on the impending challenges,� he said.

In his speech, the Chief Minister exhorted the police to be people-friendly but crime must be dealt with firmly.

IANS adds: Indian Police Service officer Abhijit Saptarshi has been adjudged �Policeman of the Year� in Tripura for his outstanding performance in dealing with crime and other law-and-order situation, the State police announced.

The second battalion of Tripura State Rifles was awarded for being the best TSR battalion, while Kalyanpur Police Station in Khowai district was adjudged the best police station.

Budhu Debbarma, a Sub-Inspector of police in Unakoti district, got the best investigator�s award.

The Police Week is observed in Tripura to evaluate the performance of the police administration and to bring the people-police relation closer.

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Vested interest group active across border, says Sarkar

AGARTALA, Jan 3 - Even as militancy is on the wane in Tripura, they are still active in the neighbouring country to destabilize the prevailing peace, said Chief Minister Manik Sarkar.

�No doubt there have been successes in some areas last year, but there is still room for improvement as far as law and order is concerned,� he said while inaugurating the Police Week celebrations at the AD Nagar here today.

�It is a fact that insurgency has been controlled considerably over the past few years, but there should not be any complacency in regard to the vexed problem,� he said.

�Vested interest group is still active across the border and they may make a bloody comeback at any moment. Police must keep a close eye on the situation,� he added.

Underlining the need of police modernisation to tackle the new challenges, Sarkar said it requires substantial fund but the Centre is not extending help in this regard. �In spite of non-operation, the State government is not sitting idle. We are doing our best to carry forward police modernisation to take on the impending challenges,� he said.

In his speech, the Chief Minister exhorted the police to be people-friendly but crime must be dealt with firmly.

IANS adds: Indian Police Service officer Abhijit Saptarshi has been adjudged �Policeman of the Year� in Tripura for his outstanding performance in dealing with crime and other law-and-order situation, the State police announced.

The second battalion of Tripura State Rifles was awarded for being the best TSR battalion, while Kalyanpur Police Station in Khowai district was adjudged the best police station.

Budhu Debbarma, a Sub-Inspector of police in Unakoti district, got the best investigator�s award.

The Police Week is observed in Tripura to evaluate the performance of the police administration and to bring the people-police relation closer.