Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma held an 18-hour marathon security meeting from district to district over the law and order situation in the state. The meeting which started around 10 am yesterday ended at 4 am today.
“The first day of the SPS conference, started yesterday at 10.30 am, just ended, at 4 am, it was an intense 18-hour long marathon, with detailed presentations by SPs/Additional SPs. We are technically advanced to provide Committed, civilian friendly police force for our people” Mr Sarma tweeted today.
The first day of the SP’s conference, which started yesterday at 10.30 am, has just ended at 4 am.
The 18-hour long marathon was quite intense, with elaborate presentations by the SP/Additional SP.
We are committed to provide a technologically advanced, civilian friendly police force to our people pic.twitter.com/t8sJLdVk8b
— Himanta Biswa Sarma (@himantabiswa) 3 January 2022
More than 100 top police officers including 94 Superintendents of Police (SPs), Additional Superintendents of Police (ASPs) and Sub Divisional Police Officers (SDPOs) representing 34 districts are participating in the two-day conference held at Zaloni Club.
“To tackle the changing nature of crimes, our force must adapt to the emerging technologies. I am happy that Assam Police has made good progress in the last few months to provide a citizen friendly environment as well as crack down on criminals. By gradually coming out of the ‘PSO culture’ and recruiting adequate manpower, we should create an environment of security where ideally no one needs a PSO in the next 2-3 years,” the Chief Minister said.
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