Strict action against those violating law: Hooda
Rohtak: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Sunday said that strict action will be taken against those in the state who violate law irrespective of
their social status.
The Chief Minister, who was redressing the grievances of the people at canal rest house here, said that there was no place for criminals and anti-social elements in the state.
He said that his government was committed to provide clean and transparent administration to the people.
"Any incident which jeopardises the security of common man will not be tolerated at any cost," Hooda said.
The Chief Minister issued directions to officers concerned to effectively deal with law and order complaints of the people.
Directions have already been issued to police officials to make sure that First Information Reports (FIR) are registered as soon as information of any incident is received, he said.
A women cell has also been set up in the state to deal with cases of family disputes, dowry and other issues related to women, he said.
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