Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao called upon senior Police officers to deal firmly with the crimes related to atrocities on Dalits.
Expressing his concern over growing atrocities on Dalits across the country, KCR wanted the police to take precautionary measures to prevent any untoward incidents against the Dalits. He wanted police to treat the poor with humanitarian values as they are week and needs protection.
The CM also instructed the senior police officers to deal more firmly with ganja smuggling and fake certificates menace. It will send wrong signals in society if people are able to produce fake certificates instead of getting the real ones after studying hard.
The CM also reminded the police officials that those retiring from their service should get their pension settlement on the day of their retirement and they should be respectfully sent to their homes the same day. He said for those who have served their major part of life in the department should be dropped in a vehicle till their residence on the day of their retirement. This tradition should continue, the CM said.
The CM said there should not be any delay in making the appointments on the compassionate grounds in the police department. He said every eligible family member of the deceased employee should be given jobs based on their eligible qualification and an immediate action plan should be put in place on the matter. The CM suggested to DGP Mahender Reddy to find out if there were vacancies in other departments and fill them up with the candidates in the waitlist.
The CM also felt that more effort should be put in the police department for the welfare of women employees. Since 33 per cent reservation for women is being implemented in the police department, the number of women employees on the rise. Hence at all the police offices, police stations and other wings where women are employed, restrooms and other facilities for them should be created. The CM also suggested to the DGP to speed up the process of setting up 10 Lakh CC TV cameras in Hyderabad city. He wanted the police department to increase the use of Information technology advancements to control criminal activities and offences.
CM KCR said that the world-class, state-of-the-art Police Command Control Centre in Hyderabad would become operational very soon. He wanted the police to deal with an iron hand on organized crimes.