UP State Police Reforms Commission constituted
Panel will make recommendations on police reforms to be carried out in UP, reports Umesh Raghuvanshi.Updated: Jan 02, 2007 22:12 IST
The state government on Tuesday constituted the Uttar Pradesh State Police Reforms Commission to make recommendations on the various police reforms to be carried out in Uttar Pradesh.
The former Chief Secretary Bhola Nath Tiwari would be the chairman of the commission while the former DGP Vijay Shankar Mathur and the Home Secretary RM Srivastava would be members of commission that has been asked to submit its report within six months. The state government would also file a supplementary affidavit to inform Supreme Court about the decision to constitute the reform commission on Wednesday.
The state government has already requested SC to allow more time to implement apex court's order on carrying out police reforms. Replying to a question Srivastava said the state government proposed to enact a law to implement police reforms. The state government would incorporate recommendations of the commission in the proposed reforms, he said.