Fatehgarh Sahib: Punjab Director General of Police Suresh Arora on Saturday presided over function of Nishkam Kirtan Sewa Society, Mandi Gobindgarh.
The DGP distributed certificates to 300 females who had undergone training in 10 sewing centers of the society. He also handed over tricycles of 10 needy persons, sewing machines to 21 needy women and assistance to 7 cancer patients. On this occasion the society honoured the DGP with Punjab’s son award.
On reports of providing VIP treatment to some INLD leaders at Patiala Jail, he said ADGP Jails could competent authority to comment on the issue. On rising activities of gangsters in state, the DGP said the Punjab Control of Organised Crime Act that empowered the state to deal with organised criminal gangs more effectively will be discussed after
March 11. On supply of drugs in Punjab, the DGP said most of drugs are supplied in Punjab from other states and to curb drug menace Punjab police is coordinating with other centre agencies.
On shortage of Punjab police, he said there is no shortage of Punjab police.
He said around 10,000 persons have recruited recently and these are on training. Due to recent held Punjab Assembly elections, training period have been extended for two months, so there will no dearth of force in Punjab police.
On reports of social media that Punjab police remained silent on protestors who was protesting during SYL canal issue recently, he refused to comment.
In his address, the DGP appreciated the efforts of the society.DP
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