Ranchi: DGP Rajiv Kumar held talks through video-conferencing with the traders today and assured that proper security would be provided for safety of the businesspersons. The DGP held talks with the present delegations from trade and industry community who assembled at the SP office.
The DGP directed the concerned SPs to take necessary actions against the complaints lodged by the traders from Ranchi, Gumla, Lohardaga, Simdega, Khunti, Chatra, Jamshedpur, Seraikela and other areas.
The DGP issued orders to keep a close watch on liquor shops in public places to curb consumption of liquor in public places. He also issued orders for video recording of road blockades so that the administration could take action against the miscreants. The DGP also assured that requests for granting arms license to traders would be examined for consideration.
Ratan Modi, president of Chamber of Commerce, secretary Pawan Sharma and Punam Anand put up requests for granting arms license to traders, disposal of all pending cases and solution of traffic problems in Ranchi.
Traders from Jamshedpur Bharat Kumar Vasani and Shravan Kabra insisted that check-points be set up at entry points of the city. They suggested that roadside vendors be allocated alternate place for sorting out traffic problems. Lal Mohan Agrawal of Jamshedpur Chamber of Commerce said that applications for arms license of 86 traders are still pending.
SN Thakur of Seraikela Chamber of Commerce sought security for ancillary units. The DGP said that two vans would be provided for patrolling. Nitin Prakash and Lalit Sharma of Chaibasa Chamber of Commerce demanded deputation of traffic police to streamline traffic in the city.
They also demanded relaxation in no entry time and installation of CCTV outside Banks.