As many as 4,269 constables will be recruited within Madhya Pradesh Police in the near future, Home Minister Narottam Mishra averred on Friday and instructed Director General of Police Vivek Johri to initiate the process at the earliest besides submitting a proposal regarding construction – under public-private partnership mode – of a state-of-the-art police infirmary on the lines of Army ones.
While reviewing departmental activities at Headquarters, the senior politician was officially quoted as saying, “Officers should work with unalloyed alertness plus promptness vis-à-vis maintaining law and order; anti-cybercrime technology upgraded; social media cell strengthened and the promotion process initiated.”
In the matter pertaining to the constables, Dr Mishra granted approval after calling for the file. The issue was on hold for the past three years.
Expressing concern over medical treatment of personnel, the veteran leader said, “Everyone from a constable to the Home Minister and DGP shall be able to approach the proposed facility. Complete assistance will be extended from the senor level in whatever manner required for building the hospital.”