Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki and Home Minister Tanga Byaling have assured visible actions to improve the deteriorating law and order in the Itanagar capital complex.
This assurance was given when a delegation of Arunachal Pradesh Chamber of Commerce & Industries (ACCI) called on them here yesterday.
Giving a patient hearing, the duo expressed their deep shock at the tragic incident of murder of prominent trader K C Chacko and assured steps to be initiated soon to redress the grievances, a press release from the CMO said here today.
Chacko was kidnapped by armed miscreants from Naharlagun on August 28 and his decomposed body was recovered by police from Doimukh on September 5.
Assuring that all the killers would be brought to book, the CM informed that inquiry would be made as to why the police arrived late at Chacko's residence, why the naka at Model village was lifted.
The strength in all police stations is very less because of no recruitment during the last few years but the strength will increase soon, the CM said.
Byaling said that the Capital Complex would be divided into three zones under the charge of a sub inspector, police personnel to be deployed in each sector, more police control room (PCR) vehicles will be procured and deployed with an SI as in-charge and all cases of extortions would be dealt with seriously and extortionists taken to task.
The police helpline '100' would remain functional round the clock and special branch personnel would be reshuffled forthwith, he said.