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SSP Gautam Budh Nagar Love Kumar visits Noida police stations

Kumar told the police to be more receptive when people approach them with complaints, and also ensure action. He also interacted with people who had come to the police stations and inquired about their grievances.

noida Updated: May 02, 2017 10:23 IST
Sohil Sehran
Kumar visited the Sector 39, Sector 49 and Phase-2 police stations.
Kumar visited the Sector 39, Sector 49 and Phase-2 police stations.

The new senior superintendent of police, Gautam Budh Nagar, Love Kumar, paid a surprise visit to three police stations in Noida on Monday. Kumar directed station house officers to ensure swift action after complaints are lodged.

The visit began at 9am and continued till 11.30pm, during which Kumar visited the Sector 39, Sector 49 and Phase-2 police stations. Most of the staff members were present; the SSP directed everyone to follow timings strictly.

Kumar told the police to be more receptive when people approach them with complaints, and also ensure action. He also interacted with people who had come to the police stations and inquired about their grievances.

Kumar was not satisfied with the cleanliness and asked station house officers to intervene into the matter. He said that the premises should be clean and the files must be maintained properly in the racks.

“The staff was vigilant and the functioning was found satisfactory. We are working for the public and have to ensure that they are served well. Surprise visits will continue to ensure that every personnel perform duty honestly,” the SSP said.

He told station house officers to remain present at police stations and listen to grievances of people from 9am to 11am. The complaints of senior citizens should be taken on priority, he said.

The SSP also visited the staff quarters. He asked the personnel to report problems about their welfare to him.

“At present, we have a problem of vehicles lying inside police stations in various cases. These vehicles have not been disposed of and I asked the SHOs to take court assistance and dispose of those that have been cleared,” Kumar said.