Delhi Gate should be One-Way, CLG Members suggest Police
District’s Community Liasioning Group (CLG) and Department of Police held a joint meeting today to discuss the law and order situation in the city, along with the several problems related to traffic, safety and regulation.
District’s Community Liasioning Group (CLG) and Department of Police held a joint meeting today to discuss various aspects of the law and order situation in the city. Several problems related to Traffic, Safety and Regulation were also a part of the agenda.
A 40 member team of the CLG discussed the issues with Hariprasad Sharma, S.P. and other police officials at the Police Line Conference Hall.
S.P. Sharma listened to the suggestions given by CLG members on various issues, like starting Police Patrolling in the night time at National Highways passing through Udaipur.
Members suggested for more Tourist Police Booths installation in the city areas, check on illegal activities like encroachments and illegal wedding reception venues (Vatikas) and Ambulance service in Sukher and Dabok police stations.
Other suggestions included:
One-way traffic at Delhi Gate Chouraha and permanent closure of the road cut linking the LIC office road (near Guru Nanak Public School) to the Delhi Gate – Surajpol road.
Curbing illegal trade of LPG cylinders.
Action against Land Mafias should be taken more strictly as many villagers have been targeted by them in recent times.
S.P. Sharma has assured to take required action on all the suggestions.
While informing about the role of CLG members, Sharma said, “CLG members undertake mutual communication and also try to resolve personal matters of the society without involving police.”
They work as representatives of the society in the police stations and help locals of their area to convey the problems to the police officials. They are also a part of the information and communication system as they make aware the police about suspicious things going around in their area, added the S.P.
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