Ranchi, Nov. 10: Chief Minister Raghubar Das today said that the financial support system of the criminals must be broken in order to control crime.
The action must be visible in the next three months in the state, he said while advising that CCTV cameras should be installed in the jails of main towns.
“Criminals must be afraid of the police and the administration. There is need to spread awareness about the government grants in case of victims of crimes,” said the CM while reviewing the state Home Ministry department’s works.
Das said that important cases should be monitored and sorted out soon. “Discuss problems and seek suggestion from the district SP and work upon it.
Start night highway patrolling from 1st December onwards. All patrol cars should run throughout the night and get connected with GPS. The phone number of concerned patrol vehicle should be written clearly on it and be visible to everyone. Responsibility of the police stations should be determined,” he said.
The CM said that the ‘Dial 100’ facility must be started in January and connected with the state control room. Online FIRs should be lodged in urban police stations having Net connectivity.
Appointment of 10,000 staff is in the last stage. Out of the 30 camps to be opened in the state, 12 have been already opened. Appointment process has been started for recruiting 1300 wardens, 47 assistant jailors and five superintendents in the jails across the state.
Raj Bala Verma, Additional Chief Secretary NN Pandey, DGP DK Pandey, Principal Secretary to the CM Sanjay Kumar and senior officers of Home Department were present in the meeting.