GP Singh says Assam police is ready to take over if AFSPA ended

GP Singh says Assam police is ready to take over if AFSPA ended

Guwahati: Director General of Assam Police GP Singh today held an important meeting with senior police officers of Sivasagar and Charaideo districts on the law and order situation at the office of the District Superintendent of Police, Sivasagar.
During the meeting, the DGP expressed satisfaction over the measures taken by the Sivasagar police to maintain law and order in the last six months.
Speaking to the media, DGP Singh said, “The state has been recommended to withdraw the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA). If the Indian government approves it, the Assam Police and CRPF Ready to take over existing operations by October 1. Full and complete preparations have been made.
GP Singh also offered his views on cross-border drug smuggling. “Drug trafficking is being monitored. In every district, there are more drug-related drives than ever before,” added GP Singh.
Additionally, he noted that the crime rate in the state has been steadily declining. This is the result of the hard work of 72,000 police personnel of Assam, asserted the top police official.
GP Singh also reacted to the Subhalakshmi Dutta case and said that a charge sheet will be filed in the case soon.

GP Singh praised the role of the Sivasagar police in jailing Sabha Lakshmi Dutta.

Meanwhile, the Director General of Police refrained from expressing his views on the lightning incident.

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