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Adopt zero tolerance against crime, criminals: Haryana Min Vij to Police



April 2, 2021


STF to be strengthened further

Grievances should be redressed in time-bound manner


Dial 112 to start soon

Reviewing the organized crime scenario, Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij has asked the poice officials in the state to adopt zero tolerance against crime and criminals.

While addressing addressing the senior police officers during a review meeting of Police Department on several important issues like crime prevention, detection, law and order situation, he said that the Special Task Force (STF) of the police would be strengthened further so that criminal activities of interstate gangsters could be monitored and effectively dealt with.

Giving clear instructions to the police officers, he asked to take immediate action against criminals and those disturbing law and order and be cordial and sensitive towards the public which wants to live in peace.


Expressing satisfaction over the performance of STF the minister also gave in-principle approval to provide them new modern vehicles, latest technology equipments and software etc. 

It was informed in the meeting that Haryana Assembly had passed a stringent Haryana Control of Organised Crime (HRCOC) Bill to check organised crime in the state. The same had been sent to the Central Government for the Presidential assent. It would be implemented in the entire state as soon as it was approved.


He said that criminals and law violators should have the fear of law while the public should have faith in the police. The fear of the police among criminals would increase only when the police would increase their efficiency and enhance their social interaction with the public. 


Grievances should be redressed in time-bound manner.


The Home Minister said that many times the police were not able to solve public grievances on time, which was a matter of concern. He instructed the officers to make mechanism for timely redressal of  grievances and resolve them within the prescribed time limit. The SPs of those districts which had high number of pending cases of crime were also asked to improve their performance.


Dial 112 to start soon


Vij said that Emergency Response and Support System 112 is going to be started soon in the state, which will provide police and other emergency services to the people. For this, 630 new Innova vehicles have been purchased, which will soon be dedicated in the service of the public.

Vacancies will be filled


It was informed in the meeting that 800 personnel retire from the Police Department every year while 200 lost their lives. This year the recruitment process for about 7500 vacancies is to be done through Haryana Staff Selection Commission. On this, the Home Minister assured to get the recruitment process accelerated.



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