Sibal for more interactive police-public relationship
New Delhi: HRD Minister Kapil Sibal on Sunday underlined the need for a more interactive relationship between police and public to find solutions to problems faced by citizens.
Addressing a district level meeting of police, politicians and representatives of Residents Welfare Associations and businesses, Sibal said interaction between police officials, public representatives and members of RWAs are very essential to face the challenges of the present day society.
"In a consumer-oriented society with problems of migrant population, burgeoning prosperity along with poor people, disparity in income and status of people, it is essential to have regular meetings so that the problems of the people are well understood and are sorted out," Sibal was quoted as saying in a statement.
The meeting was organised to promote interaction among public representatives, police officers, representatives of civic agencies, RWAs, trade and industry and other organizations.
The meeting was attended by MLAs Rajesh Lilothia, Shoab Iqbal and Prahlad Singh Sahni among others. Lilothia, said that friendly nature of police helps in solving of crime.
Vivek Kishore, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Central), said community policing initiatives will be taken in various areas of the district to deal with specific problems.
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