Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, August 1
Satinder Singh took charge as Jalandhar (Rural) SSP on Saturday. The SSP was presented a guard of honour by Punjab Police personnel.
Later, Singh held meetings with senior police officials, station house officers and heads of various investigation wings. Singh said his top priority would be to make all-out efforts to eradicate the drug menace and sale of illegal liquor in the district.
Singh, who joined the Punjab Police in 1990 as Inspector, has earlier served as SSP of Kapurthala, Khanna and SBS Nagar.
He said concerted efforts would be further made to strengthen rural rapid response teams to keep a check on anti-social elements in villages. Besides, ensuring welfare of police personnel who were working round the clock in the unprecedented Covid crisis would also be among his top priorities, the SSP said. He also announced that new initiatives would be undertaken for the well being of the cops and their family members.
Singh also appreciated 24 cops of the rural police who recovered from Covid-19 and pledged to donate plasma to save more lives. He said public dealing at police stations would be made easy and timely solution of their issues be ensured.
Mahal takes charge as Hoshiarpur SSP
Hoshiarpur: Navjot Singh Mahal, on Saturday, assumed charge as the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Hoshiarpur. He was welcomed by Senior Superintendent (Homeguards) Parminder Singh Heer and other senior police officials. Listing his priorities, Mahal said ensuring prompt redressal of complaints of people would be one of his foremost priorities. Drug and sand mafias would be dealt with an iron hand, he said. Mahal said besides police-public relationship, welfare of police personnel would also be taken care of to boost their morale. The SSP said he would closely monitor the functioning of all police stations in the district. “Technology will be utilised to ensure time-bound redressal of public complaints,” said Mahal, adding that law and order would be maintained effectively and patrolling intensified to keep crime under check. OC
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