Bhullar assumes office as new commissioner of police

Bhullar


DW BUREAU / LUDHIANA New Commissioner of Police Gurpreet Singh Bhullar on Wednesday said that strenuous efforts would be made for detection and prevention of the crime in city besides foremost priority would be accorded to redressal of people's grievances. Interacting with media persons after taking over the charge of office, the Commissioner of Police said that major focus would be on categorization of criminals and their surveillance in an effective manner. He said that tirade against drugs would be further intensified and thrust would be laid to completely wipe out this curse from the Commissionerate. Bhullar also said that all-out efforts would be further made to solve the traffic problems in the city and the entire traffic management plan of the Commissionerate Police would be reviewed. He added that senior officials of traffic wing would be deployed in the field to ensure traffic snarls do not create problem for the commuters. Further, he said that PCR would be made more responsive to deal with any sort of exigency and making city more safe for the people. He said that public dealing at the police stations would be further strengthened for which police officers would be made accountable. Bhullar also said that adequate focus would be laid on good, responsive and transparent Policing for which feedback would be taken from the general public and the press, which was the fourth pillar of every democratic system. (editor@dailyworld.in)




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