React Fast to Avoid Disasters, Beniwal Instructed Police

React Fast to Avoid Disasters, Beniwal Instructed Police

Virendra Beniwal, State Home and Transport Minister updated on the status quo of Law and Order in the Udaipur region in a meeting that lasted 4 hours.

 

React Fast to Avoid Disasters, Beniwal Instructed PoliceVirendra Beniwal, State Home and Transport Minister updated on the status quo of Law and Order in the Udaipur region in a meeting that lasted 4 hours.

Beniwal instructed that the cases of harassment of women, and those on Scheduled castes and Scheduled tribes be intercepted quickly. He also called for resolution of such cases which have been pending for long.

The custom of Motana that is prevalent in Mewar was also a point of discussion and the Minister called for organizing a workshop via which a suitable decision can be reached while at the same time raising awareness among the tribes for the aforementioned custom. The Ministers made it clear that small problems should be sorted out before they transform into disasters.

He also stressed on registering the due-FIRs in cases of loot on trucks that take place on the highways; on defining the role of highway dhabas on local incidents and increasing empathy & compassion in families by conversations and communication to get a hold on crimes like suicides.

Beniwal assured all the attendees of the meeting and the media that he will ensure that Police is always rendered with all the necessary resources. The representatives of the people and bureaucrats made him aware with the worries of the citizens of Udaipur.

React Fast to Avoid Disasters, Beniwal Instructed Police

State Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Mangilal Garasia said that steps were being taken to curb the offences of Child labor and to connect children with schools. He hoped that all the issues brought up in the meeting will be addressed soon and acted upon.

In the beginning, District Collector Hemant Gera welcomed everyone on behalf of the District Administration. Inspector General T.C. Damor; Superintendent of Police Hariprasad Sharma; and District Collectors and Superintendents of Banswara, Dungarpur, Chittorgarh, and Rajsamand also updated the Ministers on the state of affairs.

Member of Parliament from Udaipur, Raghuvir Singh Meena; Dr. Girija Vyas, Chittorgarh MP; Tarachand Bhagora, Banswara MP; Sajjan Katara MLA Udaipur South and Kiran Maheshwari,MLA Rajsamand also presented the reports about the state of their constituency to the ministers.

Contributed By: Shailendra Paliwal

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