Assam DGP Holds Meeting on Law and Order, Discusses AFSPA Withdrawal and Drug Trafficking

Guwahati, 14th September: Director General of Assam Police, GP Singh, conducted a significant meeting on law and order situations with senior police officers from Sivasagar and Charaideo districts. The meeting took place at the office of the District Superintendent of Police in Sivasagar.

During the meeting, DGP GP Singh expressed his satisfaction with the efforts made by the Sivasagar police to maintain law and order over the past six months.

Regarding the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), DGP Singh mentioned that a recommendation has been made for its withdrawal from the state. If approved by the Indian government, Assam Police and CRPF are prepared to take over existing operations starting from October 1. He assured that comprehensive preparations have been made in this regard.

DGP Singh also addressed the issue of drug trafficking across the border, stating that it is being closely monitored. He highlighted the increase in drug-related law enforcement efforts across every district.

Furthermore, he noted a continuous decline in crime rates in the state, attributing this improvement to the dedicated work of Assam’s 72,000 police personnel.

Regarding the Subhalakshmi Dutta case, DGP Singh mentioned that a charge sheet will be filed soon, commending the role played by the Sivasagar police in sending Subhalakshmi Dutta to jail.

However, DGP Singh refrained from sharing his views on the Bajali corruption case, indicating that the situation might still be under investigation or development.

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