Women’s Safety, Drug Mafia Challenges to Parliamentary Police: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan | Bhopal News

BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said on Friday that women’s safety, complete elimination of the drug mafia and effective action against cyber crimes are the main challenges facing Madhya Pradesh police.
Whatever responsibility has been entrusted to the Madhya Pradesh Police, they have discharged it with efficiency, firmness, devotion to duty and responsibility. Chouhan was addressing the Madhya Pradesh Police Foundation Day celebrations.
Chouhan first paid his respects by laying a wreath to Shaheed Smarak at Motilal Nehru Stadium. After inspecting the parade and parade, he presented medals to the police officers for their excellent service.
The Chief Minister congratulated all the State Police personnel on the Madhya Pradesh Police Foundation Day. He said there are not one but many achievements in the account of the police, of which I, as Chief Minister, as well as the people of the State are proud.
Chouhan remembered former police officers like Rustam ji, RN Nageo, Chamanlal, Ashok Patel, JN Saxena and ON Shrivastava for giving directions to Madhya Pradesh Police. Chouhan said 877 staff members gave martyrdom from the year 1956 to 2020, while carrying out their duties with indomitable courage and dedication.
Chouhan said many new programs have been launched by the state government for better people’s safety. Dial-100 is one of them that has made quick action possible. Along with this, an initiative to reserve 30% of police posts for women has been taken by Madhya Pradesh in the country. The Chief Minister said the nature of crimes changes with changing times. Training is essential to improve the technical skills of police officers. The training process from jawans to police officers must continue, such a system is needed. At the same time, it is necessary to adopt various methods to keep police officers stress-free and to ensure that they never feel alone. The state government will work in this direction to ensure that police officers work more diligently and how they can lead a better life.
The Madhya Pradesh police song was also dedicated to the public by Chief Minister Chouhan.

Mara R. Wilmoth