Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule inaugurated Kapil Nagar, Pardi and Wathoda police stations on Wednesday.
Bawankule in his speech said, “At present, Nagpur police have adopted a people-oriented approach. There has been a qualitative change in the police department over the last four years. Now ordinary citizens go to the police station without fear. This will help maintain law and order. And with the help of the CCTV cameras, the police officials can take actions more efficiently and immediately.”
“The new police stations would ease working pressure of Jaripatka, Kalamna, and Nandanvan police stations. The city police have managed to bring down the crime rate in Nagpur. The State Government has spent Rs 900 crore for overall infrastructure development of city police”, he added.
Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Parshuram Karyakarte, Police Insepctors Matte, Sunil Chavhan, Chairman of Standing Committee Pradip Pohane, Pandurang Mehar, Corporators Balya Borkar, Chetna Tank, MLA, Krishna Khopde, Dr Milind Mane, Joint Commissioner of Police (Joint CP) Ravindra Kadam, Additional CPs, BG Gaikar, Nilesh Bharne, Shashikant Mahawarkar, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Neelotpal, Gajanan Rajmane, Vikram Sali and others were present on the occasion.
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