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Police 'Sanjh Kendras' provide time-bound services to 24,000 people in Moga

punjab Updated: Sep 27, 2014 00:23 IST
HT Correspondent
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Hindustan Times

In a bid to resolve the grievances of the general public, besides establishing a cordial relation with them, the district police have successfully implemented the project 'Sanjh' through the Sanjh Kendras in Moga district.

Sharing the news here in the special meeting of other senior police officials on Friday, Moga senior superintendent of police (SSP) Jatinder Singh Khaira said police had established a successful relation with the general public under the project and had ensured provision of satisfactory services through district level Sanjh Kendras at the SSP office, besides the sub divisional level offices at Baghapurana, Nihal Singh Wala, Dharamkot and nearly one dozen outreach centres at various police stations in the district.

"These centres under the Punjab Service Act, 2011, provide 25 services to the general public in a time-bound manner under one roof and through a single window system. In the current year till August 31, 2014, as many as 24,415 people had availed these services which include registrations and stay permissions for foreign visitors, availing the copies of FIRs and DDRs, passport related verifications, character verifications, NOCs for vehicles and armed licenses besides quarries and permissions related to various public activities in the district," the SSP added.

The senior police official said the district police was fully committed to serving the people and had adopted a pro-people attitude to facilitate masses. He also called upon people to avail maximum services through these computerised centres. Khaira further said that to avoid any untoward incident, people must give detailed information about the servants working in their houses to the police through these centres.