Bhiwadi: Rajasthan Director General of Police Bhupendra Yadav has been on a tour to Bhiwadi to take stock of the arrangements in the newly approved Bhiwadi Police Station in Alwar district. He said the law and order situation is gradually getting better in the state, including Alwar and now, efforts are being made to make every police station hi-tech.
The police personnel are being given lessons in computer skills and cyber cell training at the district level. Also experts’ views are being sought to make police personnel more savvy in e-gizmos to tackle the growing menace of cybercrime.
With the expert team deployed, the SOG’s cyber station is being promoted so that concrete steps can be taken to curb criminal activities in the district. Besides visiting the Bhiwadi police line, DGP Bhupendra Yadav also gave green signal to the newly procured vehicles for the police station.
Discussing the Papla case, DGP said such kind of acts happen in decades; police have learnt a lot from this incident. Now, the team is making every effort to ensure that no such incident happens in future.
Apart from this, the police officials involved in wrongdoings will be punished and internally, a new team has been formed which is working on bettering the working style of the police.
In the Papla firing case, 25 accused have been nabbed out of the 27 named. There has been a lot of improvement in the police morale, he added. Bhiwadi is a new district where there is scarcity of resources, so initially, it’s a bit challenging, but we have taken stock of the area and necessary arrangements will be done soon, DGP said.
DGP Bhupendra Yadav said, “There is no land to construct building for the police station right now, but we will soon get it sanctioned from the government.”