Pradeep Pattanayak

Chief Minister Mohan Charan Majhi on Saturday directed the state police to give a patient hearing to those who come to police stations and provide quality service to them.  

DGP Arun Sarangi and other officers of police headquarters, Cuttack and Bhubaneswar met the Chief Minister today. During the discussion, the CM advised the officials to lay emphasis on providing quality service to the people who knock on their doors for justice. 

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“It was just a courtesy call on the Chief Minister. We discussed several topics. Specifically, he laid emphasis on how we can provide quality service to people. Besides asking us to give a patient hearing to the people who are coming to police stations to lodge complaints, he also directed us to behave well with the people. We will intimate this to all police stations so that they can act in line with the CM’s directions,” said DGP Sarangi. 

“We have apprised him of our preparedness for the implementation of the new criminal laws. He will make a review of them and then the future course of action will be decided,” the top cop added.

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