‘Resolve complaints in time-bound method’
Amritsar, November 24
Punjab Scheduled Caste Fee Vice-Chairman Deepak Kumar right now directed the police to eliminate complaints filed by members of the group in time-bound method.
He warned the officers that if any of them was discovered delaying justice to the victims, they’d be taken to activity.
Kumar was listening to complaints of the group members throughout a camp at Mohar village in Lopoke and Mehniya Muhar village within the Kathunangal space.
Kumar heard two complaints. Within the first criticism, Kanwaljit Kaur of Mehniya Kuhar village mentioned she had 4 sisters and no brother. She alleged that a number of individuals within the village wished to seize their 10-acre land. She alleged that they’d approached the police earlier, however nothing was completed.
One other complainant Santokh Singh of Mohar village in Lopoke informed the Vice-Chairman that a number of individuals within the village had handed objectionable remarks in opposition to his caste. They intercept and bodily assault him. He mentioned the accused lived in his neighbourhood. He mentioned although he had filed a criticism, no motion was taken by the police.
The fee requested the police to file an motion taken and standing report within the instances by November 30.