Ranchi, Sept. 27: Jharkhand governor Draupadi Murmu today underlined the need for the state police to become more sensitive towards society and embrace latest technological skills to successfully make its way through the modern age.
The governor made the observation while congratulating the participants of Jharkhand State Police Duty Meet 2016. She further said that participating in such a competition after taking time out from the tough and challenging duty of crime control and maintaining law and order was indeed a matter of pride.
She wished the selected participants to perform well in the Police Duty Meet being celebrated on all India level.
She said that such events were also organized for improving one�s skills. She advised the participants to make maximum use of the knowledge gained from the meet.
Referring to challenges like crime, Naxalism and terrorism, Murmu said that scientific facts should be incorporated in quality investigation. At the same time, the vices spread in the society can be controlled with social policing. Police will have to be sensitive for this because sensitive police can make a strong society, she said.
Referring to cyber crimes, Murmu said that all sections of society were affected by it. New ways of crimes are developed through new technologies. To expose these new ways of crimes, technological tools should be utilized, she said, adding that the DGP and IGs of the state should take initiative in this regard.
The governor announced Rs 1,000 reward for every member of the musical band of Kasturba Gandhi Girls Residential School who displayed their calibre during the programme.