Bahraich – SP inspected Malhipur and ASP inspected Sirsia Police Station

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Shravasti. Police superintendent Arvind Kumar Maurya conducted a surprise inspection of Malhipur Police Station on Wednesday. He inspected the police station, premises, barracks, canteen and instructed to pay particular attention to cleanliness. In addition, following a review of the Office’s registers, Inspector Daddan Singh on duty was given the necessary instructions to maintain and remedy the deficiencies found therein.
Additional Superintendent of Police BC Dubey inspected the Sirsia Police Station on Tuesday evening. There he reviewed the pending decisions by holding a meeting with investigators. During the review, 29 consultations were found to be pending. He expressed his displeasure about this and instructed all investigators, including the duty inspector Rajendra Kanojia, to take care of the ongoing investigations, arrest requested arrest warrants and deal with pending applications in a high-quality manner. The women’s help desk was later set up at the police station. Listen to the problems of the women who come here with complaints, asked to inform those affected together with the inspector responsible for waste disposal as soon as possible.
When visiting the police station, he first went to the police station and inquired about the weapons and records kept there. Also inspects the police station, barracks, mess etc. During this time he held a meeting of the Beat Constables and gave the necessary instructions for the processing of applications that had been received for an investigation under the Beat system. Asked to correct the shortcomings immediately and set up a chaupal in the area and communicate with the public to listen to their problems. During this time, all sub-inspectors, chief policemen and constables were present in the police stations, including the inspector in charge.

Shravasti. Police superintendent Arvind Kumar Maurya conducted a surprise inspection of Malhipur Police Station on Wednesday. He inspected the police station, premises, barracks, canteen and instructed to pay particular attention to cleanliness. In addition, following a review of the Office’s registers, Inspector Daddan Singh on duty was given the necessary instructions to maintain and remedy the deficiencies found therein.

Additional Superintendent of Police BC Dubey inspected the Sirsia Police Station on Tuesday evening. There he reviewed the pending decisions by holding a meeting with investigators. During the review, 29 consultations were found to be pending. He expressed his displeasure about this and instructed all investigators, including the duty inspector Rajendra Kanojia, to take care of the ongoing investigations, arrest requested arrest warrants and deal with pending applications in a high-quality manner. The women’s help desk was later set up at the police station. Listen to the problems of the women who come here with complaints, asked to inform those affected together with the inspector responsible for waste disposal as soon as possible.

When visiting the police station, he first went to the police station and inquired about the weapons and records kept there. Also inspects the police station, barracks, mess etc. During this time he held a meeting of the Beat Constables and gave the necessary instructions for the processing of applications that had been received for an investigation under the Beat system. Asked to correct the shortcomings immediately and set up a chaupal in the area and communicate with the public to listen to their problems. During this time, all sub-inspectors, chief policemen and constables were present in the police stations, including the inspector in charge.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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