Madhya Pradesh: Commissioner of Police holds first meeting with police officials

The meeting follows implementation of Bhopal and Indore police commissionerate system in the state.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Sunday, December 12, 2021, 11:56 PM IST
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Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Commissioner of Police (CP) Makrand Deouskar addressed the first meeting with incharge of police stations here on Sunday. He was the key speaker at four-day training of police officials that began here on Sunday. He said proceedings under Section 107/116 of IPC is like a departmental inquiry. “But in our case, it will be of an individual,” he added.

The meeting follows implementation of Bhopal and Indore police commissionerate system in the state. Though the police officials are aware of magisterial inquires and their procedure, several IPC sections were enforced on the orders of administrative officers in two cities earlier. Now, they will be enforced by police under the police commisisonerate system.

Speaking further, Deouskar said police will deal the mafia members with the help of district administration. “Our first priority is to control cybercrimes that include financial fraud,” he added. He appealed to local residents to share their experiences and help police overcome their shortcomings.

Former IAS JL Malpani, retired officials, district collector Avinsah Lavania, additional police commissioner Irshad Wali, deputy commissioners of police Ramji Shrivastava, Vijay Khatri, and other officers imparted training to police officials.

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