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Police -public meeting held at Police Post Chanapora

Srinagar, Feb 28 : Police-public meeting was held at Police Post Chanapora in which respectable citizens of Chanapora, Natipora, Bagh-i-Mehtab, Budshah Nagar & adjacent areas who are the members of Police Civil Society Committee participated.

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The meeting was chaired by the SDPO Sadder accompanied by Incharge Police Post Chanapora.

Discussions on various issues were held like drug abuse, roaming of vagabonds in certain areas, unregistered auto/ taxi stands, illegal constructions etc.

The members were assured that their genuine grievances pertaining to police department will be redressed on priority while as those pertaining to the civil administration will be conveyed to the concerned authorities for timely redressal.

The members thanked SDPO Saddar and promised to extend all kind of support to curb social evils from the society.

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