* CM reprimands SPs of Dhar, Jhabua, Morena, Agar, Rajgarh, Morena
* Sagar found worse in law and order
* Policing in Jabalpur, Indore, Bhopal, Seoni, Kharone, Bhind praised
BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, during his meeting with collectors and superintendents of police (SPs), severely reprimanded the SPs of Dhar and Jhabua districts.
Chouhan told Jhabua SP Sanjay Tiwari, that had he drawn a lesson from Gandhwani incident, Petlawad would not have happened. He said that the incident of Petlavad reflected intelligence failure. Chouhan told both the officers that such incidents besmirch the image of the government. Collectors and SPs need to work with better coordination in cases of communal disharmony.
The situation had turned serious in Dhar and Jhabua when RSS and some members of a community had come face to face. The sub-divisional officers (Police) of both the places were removed after the incidents.
Chouhan asked officers that why they do not work hard when their own chief minister is honest and dedicated to work,
Chouhan also rebuked SP, Morena over laxity in maintenance of law and order.
He said intensive campaign should be launched across the state against criminals, goons, mafia and smugglers. Madhya Pradesh should be made as the safest state for girls and women.
He said a close vigil should be maintained on undesirable activities. Activities related to terrorism should not be allowed at any cost. Strict supervision on jail security should be kept. Collectors and SPs should ensure that new religious spots should not be come up without permission. Divisive tendencies should be curbed. People in naxal-affected areas should be given benefit of public welfare schemes.
Chouhan said police should collaborate with department of information technology to develop advanced technology to tackle cyber terrorism. Awareness in people towards cyber crimes should be developed. He asked that the incidents of attacks on government employees during checking illegal mining and transportation and also take strict action against the guilty.
Action should be taken against those who drive vehicles in drunken state. Road safety rules should be implemented strictly. He urged to prepare schemes for the alternative employment for the rehabilitation of Sikligar community, which is involved in making of illegal arms. Strict action should be taken to check wild-life crimes. Campaign should be launched to make people aware against chit-fund companies and strict action should be taken against companies doing fraud with people.
Chief minister directed the officials to dispose of cases related to acid licenses online.
He asked to send proposals for the awards to given in various fields. Chief minister congratulated collectors and SPs of Jabalpur, Bhopal, Ujjain, Indore, Gwalior, Seoni, Khandwa, Dewas, Khargone and Ratlam for doing good work in maintaining law and order.
Next SP-Collectors meet after six months
Chief minister Chouhan said the 11-point agenda of the government includes good-governance, corruption-free clean administration, doubling the agricultural income in five years, promoting small and cottage industries, prosperity from investment, developmental works on time with quality, promotion to education, health and tourism, poor welfare agenda, save girl child, teaching of girl child, elimination of malnutrition and better law and order condition. He said clear goals have been set in this agenda and officials should ensure its implementation. Chouhan said implementation of agenda would be reviewed in a video-conference after three months and collector-SP conference after six months.
Other important decisions
* Ensure safety to military institutions by making constant contact with their heads in Madhya Pradesh.
* Take strict action against habitual offenders.
* District In-charge ministers should review law and order situation in every three months.
* Take strict action against electricity pilferage.
* Purchase motorboats in advance in flood affect districts.