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Negligence of law and order won’t be tolerated, says CM

Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan during his visit to Indore convened a meeting of senior police officials and strictly instructed the police to fight crime and bring a sense of security to the people of the city.

indore Updated: May 31, 2015 17:48 IST
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Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan during his visit to Indore convened a meeting of senior police officials and strictly instructed the police to fight crime and bring a sense of security to the people of the city.

Senior revenue officers were also present in the meeting.

The meeting took place at Rustamji Arms Police Training College.

The meeting was apparently called following the retired police inspector’s murder which rocked the city.

Sources said that senior police officials of Bhopal have also taken cognisance of the murder and are now investigating the murder case.

The chief minister instructed that there should be coordination between the executive magistrates and the city superintendent of police (CSP) and they should jointly act against the criminals of the city.

He further said that maintaining law and order is the top priority of his government and he will not tolerate any negligence in this field.

The chief minister further said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given a call for smart policing wherein the police should be strict but compassionate.

The chief minister said that he had giving clear instruction to the Indore police to “crush criminals of the city”.

“There are some problems which Indore police is facing in terms of resources and staff and my government will seriously look into this problems to assure better policing in the city,” the chief minister said.