DGP Gaurav Yadav leads search operation by Punjab Police to make Punjab drug and crime free
LUDHIANA: As a part of the continued drive in opposition to medication and anti-social parts launched by the Punjab Police on the instructions of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, Director Common of Police (DGP) Punjab Gaurav Yadav on Tuesday led the complete Punjab Police Power to conduct Cordon and Search Operation (CASO) in all of the 28 Police districts of the state.
The operation was carried out from 11am to 4pm concurrently throughout the state and ADGP/IGP rank officers from Punjab Police Headquarters had been deputed in every Police district to personally supervise the operation.
“The concept behind conducting CASO at mass-scale degree was to spice up public confidence and enhance the presence of the cops to infuse concern among the many anti-social parts,” stated the DGP, whereas addressing the media on the sidelines of the operation in Ludhiana.
He joined ADGP Group Affairs Division and Girls Affairs Gurpreet Kaur and Commissioner of Police (CP) Ludhiana Mandeep Singh Sidhu in Ludhiana to conduct the operation in several areas right here.
DGP Gaurav Yadav stated that the operation was carried out after the identification of drug and crime hotspots via information evaluation by district police forces. He stated that correct frisking of suspected individuals and full search of homes was carried out by the Police drive below the supervision of senior officers. He stated that sniffer canines and drones had been additionally deputed in these hotspots to make sure strict vigil.
He stated that on the instructions of Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, the Punjab Police will uphold wonderful custom by serving the individuals and the drive is not going to relaxation until the elimination of medicine and gangsterism utterly from the state.
On being requested concerning new instructions in regards to the issuance of arms licenses, the DGP stated that no new arms license can be issued until the bodily verification of earlier arms licenses within the subsequent three months. He stated that public show of weapons, even on social media, can be handled an iron hand, and motion might be taken in opposition to violators.
He identified that the cyber wing of the Punjab police will hold watch on social networking websites to examine the violations. “FIR might be registered instantly in case anybody is discovered indulging in hate speech in opposition to any group,” he stated, including that nobody might be allowed to take the regulation into their arms.
In the meantime, in Ludhiana, the operation was carried out in areas together with Ghorha Colony, Ambedkar Colony, Moti Nagar and Peeru Banda localities 4 suspected individuals recognized as Mohit Kumar of Durgapuri Mohalla, Sonu of Peeru Banda, Gaurav of Chander Nagar, and Mohan of New Kundanpuri had been rounded-up throughout the search operation, whereas, 12-gms heroin was recovered throughout a search in Ghora colony.