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Curb crimes, win people’s trust, says Siddaramaiah to police

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Apr 3, 2017, 2:26 am IST
Updated Apr 3, 2017, 7:02 am IST
Announcing that the state government will sanction Rs 10 crore to the welfare fund of retired policemen.
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Home Minister Dr.G.Parameshwar during the Police Flag Day at KSRP Ground in Koramangala in the city on Sunday.(Photo: DC)
 Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Home Minister Dr.G.Parameshwar during the Police Flag Day at KSRP Ground in Koramangala in the city on Sunday.(Photo: DC)

Bengaluru: Curb criminal activities and win the confidence of the people, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah advised law enforcement authorities during Police Flag Day celebrations on Sunday.

Police officials to keep a ceaseless watch on habitual criminals and their activities to bring down the crime rate in the state, he said, and emphasised the need for public meetings to win people's faith in the system.

 

“It is important that the police do proper investigation in all cases and ensure that the culprits are convicted. Preventing crimes should be the utmost priority of the police force.

Also, there are instances where witnesses are reluctant to give their statements in cases involving rowdies. The police should work in such a way that public do not fear rowdies,” he said.

Announcing that the state government will sanction Rs 10 crore to the welfare fund of retired policemen, he said that the government is keen to improve the condition of policemen, both at professional and personal front.

 

On the occasion of Police Flag Day, 117 policemen were presented the Chief Minister’s Medal at the event held at KSRP Parade Grounds, Koramangala. Home Minister Dr. G. Parameshwar, Advisor to Home Minister Kempaiah, DG&IGP R.K. Dutta and other senior police officers were present.

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Location: India, Karnataka, Bengaluru




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