ACS Home interacts with people, assesses public grievances
"Thana Diwas" Organized at Zainapora, Shopian
SHOPIAN, SEPTEMBER 22: Additional Chief Secretary (ACS), Home, Raj Kumar Goyal, alongwith Director General of Police, Dilbagh Singh, today visited Zainapora area of Shopian and attended Thana Diwas.
ADGP, Kashmir Vijay Kumar, District Magistrate, Shopian, Sachin Kumar Vaishya, SSP, Shopian, Tanushree, other senior police and civil administration officers attended the weekly Thana Diwas at Police Station Zainapora Shopian.
Pertinently, an initiative of government of J&K, “Thana Diwas” was organized to address the public issues including basic amenities in which members of civil society, Panchayati Raj Institutions, Transporters, Fruit Growers, members of Traders Federation, Youth, Nambardars and Chowkidars participated and presented their issues for redressal.
Celebrating the Thana Diwas is aimed at redressing the public grievances and providing the police services to the masses at their door steps to strengthen grassroot Police-Public bonds.
A record of all the complaints/ issues highlighted by the public on “Thana Diwas” along with its follow up is being maintained at each Police Station.
The participants raised various issues like recruitment drives, establishment of Police Public School, Drug rehabilitation centre, establishment of ASP Office, Munsiff Court, Horticulture Zone at Turkawangam, Sports Stadium for girls in the area, control on drug menace, better provisions of water, power and various other public issues.
The issues and demands raised were patiently heard by the officers who assured the participants that the same would be redressed in a time bound manner.
The participants appreciated the role of police for taking tough measures in controlling drug menace in the area and conducting such interactive meetings which will further boost public faith in administration.