Bihar CM pulls up top police officers, calls for measures to deal with liquor smuggling

PATNA: Perturbed over the surprising upward push in criminal actions in sure areas of the state, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Friday pulled up top law enforcement officials for not dealing successfully with outlaws and liquor smugglers on this dry state. He also asked the DGP KS Dwivedi not to depart the whole lot at ‘Bhagwan Bharose’ (the mercy of God).

Bihar CM used to be addressing a serve as after inaugurating a seven-storeyed Sardar Patel Bhawan, the state’s first quake-resistant development where all wings of the home (police) department and the disaster management department would soon be shifted. Spread across 6.7 acres in five separate blocks, the sprawling development would have all fashionable facilities for policing and fast reaction in case of a disaster, besides a rooftop helipad.

The cutting-edge development, which used to be built the usage of lead rubber bearing (LRB) technique, can face up to quakes up to eight magnitude at the Richter scale. Altogether 308 LRB, imported from america, had been used within the development.

“We (state govt) call to mind your safety and give you all essential sources and technological beef up. I expect that you folks, too, call to mind providing safety and essential coverage to the typical public. Please do ‘something.’ Please consider the general public,” Nitish instructed the law enforcement officials. Almost all senior law enforcement officials including those of DG, ADG and IG rank have been provide within the audience while the DGP Dwivedi used to be sitting at the dais alongside the predominant secretary (Home) Amir Subhani and chief secretary Deepak Kumar.

CM used to be so unsatisfied with the lackadaisical perspective of state police that he once asked senior law enforcement officials especially DGP not to depart the whole lot “Bhagwan Bharose” (at the mercy of God). Nitish also asked the law enforcement officials whether they would leave the whole lot at the mercy of criminals.


Drawing the eye of law enforcement officials in opposition to the frequent seizure of smuggled liquors at different places within the state, Nitish while looking towards the DGP, asked, “Are your police working correctly for imposing prohibition?”


“We could make you fashionable development, provide you essential sources, create a enough number of posts of officials and constables, but you must recruit constables,” CM mentioned and asked the law enforcement officials to expedite recruitment of folks in opposition to the vacant posts.


CM pulled up the DGP also for not purchasing a helicopter. “This new development has a rooftop helipad. But the police headquarters do not have a helicopter. I need to give a helicopter to the state police, but the DGP is not purchasing. Previous DGPs also didn’t acquire the helicopter,” Nitish mentioned. He, then again, clarified that the rooftop helipad used to be not intended for the regular use of police department. “This helipad will probably be used for disaster management and best in terms of emergency or peculiar scenario,” he mentioned.


Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi, development development minister Maheshwar Hazari, street development minister Nand Kishor Yadav, chief secretary Deepak Kumar, predominant secretary (home) Amir Subhani and DGP Dwivedi also addressed the serve as.
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