Young police officers should work to end exploitation and injustice: CM


Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that young police officers should work to end exploitation and injustice. They should contribute to maintain better law and order. Chouhan was addressing trainee Deputy Superintendents of Police and Sub Inspectors at Madhya Pradesh Police Academy today. CM Chouhan mentioned that they should be self-confident, set target always high, do not become arrogant and keep patience. They should consider their work as pious and make life meaningful. Along with the development, it is essential to make people feel secured. Make people realised that no criminal can create problem for them. Develop a sense of security and trust among the people. Be strict with the criminals and maintain soft and sensitive approach towards kind persons. Madhya Pradesh has a glorified history, officer like Late Rustam ji had also served the state police, who had given a new direction to the police of the country. The police has attained several ramarkable feats like eradication of dacoits menace, control on naxalism and destruction of Simi’s network in the state. Chouhan further mentioned that police recruitment will be continued in the state.He said that the poilice officers should identify problems of their areas and develop a new work culture. Minister of Home Bhupendra Singh and Director General of Police Rishi Kumar Shukla were present on the occasion.