Delegation of Chamber of Association of Maharashtra Industry & Trade (CAMIT) led by President, Dipen Agrawal met the newly appointed Commissioner of Police, Nagpur Amitesh Kumar (IPS) and welcomed him with a floral bouquet on behalf of the business community of Nagpur.
Dipen Agrawal, welcoming Amitesh Kumar said that people were a little tensed when they heard that there is chances of transfer of police top brass, but when the news broke that the reigns of Nagpur police are given to you, they were stress relieved and assured that the change in guard will not hamper the disaster management in city.
Referring to broad daylight robbery in Itwari, Dipen Agrawal said that due to the ongoing pandemic the socio-economic structure of the city is disturbed and steps should be taken to maintain law and order situation in Nagpur. Agrawal welcoming the steps taken to marshal citizens to follow the Covid-19 prevention protocols to arrest the day
by day an increasing number of patients in Nagpur requested him to ensure that human touch is maintained by officers while policing citizens.
Dilip Thakaral, informed Amitesh Kumar that in the year 2005, the then Commissioner of Police had constituted a committee called “Police Mitra Committee” under Zone No. 3, the main market place of city. Regular meetings were convened by the police department and chaired by DCP, Zone-3. In the meeting, important and instant decisions to ensure safety were taken. The Committee reported directly Police Commissioner and on regular intervals meet the then Commissioner of Police. Such a committee is the need of the hour to strengthen the hands of police department
in the fight against the corona virus, Thakaral added and request him to explore the option of re-constituting “Police Mitra Committee” in the interest of citizens and traders and for better implementation of department guidelines/instructions.
Commissioner of police, Amitesh Kumar accepting the welcome said that his priority is to control the spread of Coronavirus. He assured the trading community that no stone will be left unturned to ensure the safety and security of traders and citizens. He also assured to call upon the trade representative to discuss their issues and decide
the future course of action.
Dhiraj Maloo on behalf of the business community of Nagpur expressed gratitude towards CP, Amitesh Kumar (IPS), and assured him that during these trying times of the crisis the traders and businessmen are committed to working in tandem with the department for controlling the pandemic, states a press release issued by Sanjay K. Agrawal, Vice President CAMIT Nagpur.