Police-public interaction held at Singhat

KAIMUANTHANG MANGTE
CCPUR, 16th Oct: An interaction programme with village chiefs, CSOs and public leaders of Singhat sub-division of Churachandpur district was conducted Wednesday at Singhat police station.
The interaction programme organised by Singhat police station under the initiative of SP Churachandpur Amrita Sinha from 10.30 am to 1pm was attended by around 40 village chiefs and CSO leaders of Singhat sub-division.
Lt Col Sushil Rana of 7 Sikh Regiment, Additional SP (Ops) Ccpur Lawrence Kapkhenmang, SDO Singhat Jameson Hangsing, OC Singhat PS Bidyasharma, OC Behiang PS Liankhansang and OC Singhat Fire Service H Ginkhansiam were also present at the programme.
During the interaction, various problems faced by the people were deliberated while SP Amrita Sinha stressed the need for close coordination between police and public.
While stating that police are not after medals or awards but rendering service to the people, Amrita Sinha said that being able to do something itself is a reward. She mentioned that such interaction programmes will be held more frequently in future. Additional SP (Ops) Lawrence Kapkhenmang, while briefing chiefs and public leaders, informed them that the police are also a part of the society and they are not strangers. He appealed to them to support police in bringing about a peaceful environment.
SDO (Singhat) Jameson Hangsing advised the people not to take law into their own hands but approach police for justice.
Lt Col Sushil Rana mentioned that the menace of drugs in Manipur is akin to the menace in Punjab and maintained that collective effort is needed to eradicate this menace.
SDPO Ccpur Shivanand Surve sought the support of CSO leaders in making police a part of their decision making process and advised them to keep in touch with the senior officers for solving any issue. He also stressed on better communication between police and public.
Several village chiefs and CSO leaders also spoke at the programme and extended their gratitude to police for organising the programme.


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