A review meeting of the Tripura state police was held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha at Pragna Bhaban in the capital Agartala on Tuesday.
The meeting was attended by State Director General of Police Amitabh Ranjan, District Superintendents of Police of eight districts and other police officials.
On this day, the Chief Minister as well as the Police Minister discussed the current law and order situation in the state with all the police officers.
The Chief Minister called upon the police officers to keep a close eye on the crime of murder, rape, theft, robbery in the state.
In addition to this, he instructed the police not to compromise with any type of crime.
According to the sources, the Chief Minister said that the police can gain more confidence in people by conducting proper investigations in all kinds of incidents. Because even though criminal incidents have been under control for the past few months, human trafficking, incidents of crime against women, thefts and robberies have come before the public. The state police is unable to do anything about these incidents.
Police in the neighboring state of Assam have come to Tripura to nab those who are involved in human trafficking . And arresting ganja smugglers crossing the Tripura border into Assam.
The extent of the weakness of Tripura’s Naka Point is also expected to come up in the meeting.