Itanagar

Police Commissionerate system for Itanagar Capital Complex discussed in all party meeting

Chief Minister said the commissionerate system is being introduced to improve law and order in the state as part of police reform measure. 

Itanagar

Chief Minister Pema Khandu today called an All Party Meeting to discuss on Police Commissionerate system for Itanagar Capital Complex.

Co-chairing the meeting with BJP State Party President Biyuram Wahge and former CM Nabam Tuki, Chief Minister said the commissionerate system is being introduced to improve law and order in the state as part of police reform measure.

Chief Minister said once the system is introduced in the capital, he expressed confidence that there will be visible change in the law and order situation within a year.

The commissionerate system will enable effective policing in a complex area such as Itanagar, which is growing at fast pace with diverse culture living side by side, said the CM. He said “Itanagar-Naharlagun is the face of our state. So it is necessary to maintain peace and order in the capital complex to achieve meaningful development”.

Also speaking on the occasion Home Minister Bamang Felix said the new system will provide better accountability as responsibility will be fixed directly on the police department eliminating all chances for blame game between civil administration and the police in the event of any policing failure.

He also said the new system will enable increased number of higher officers for intensive policing in a dense urban areas.

Earlier explaining the rationale for a commissionerate system in capital complex, Director General of Police RP Upadhyay said the new system will enable swift and unified action giving no chance for delayed action.

The proposed new police command system in capital complex will be headed by a Commissioner of Police (DIGP or higher ranks) to be assisted by numbers of DCP (SP rank) and ACP (DySP rank). The DCPs will head different police functions such as traffic, crime, security, law and order etc.

Representatives from different political parties – Indian National Congress, Janata Dal (United), National People’s Party, People’s Party of Arunachal and independent candidate expressed their views on the commissionerate system and extended support for its implementation.

The All Party Meeting also discussed on possibilities for non party system in the upcoming panchayat elections. Chief Minister said non-party system will enable best leaders to be given chance and preserve community camaraderie.

HELP US / DONATE US, TO DELIVER THE INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM --CLICK HERE
Tags

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button
Close