DIG DKR Range Holds Crime Review Meeting

JAMMU

A meeting was convened by Shri Bhim Sen Tuti, IPS, DIG DKR Range Hqrs. Batote in his office chamber today to discuss the Crime Scenario in the DKR Rangeas well as to lay emphasis on quality Investigation proper supervision of cases. General Law and Order situation in the DKR Range was also discussed.

The meeting was attended by Sh Rajinder Guta, SSP Kishtwar, Sh Mohd Shabir Malik, SSP Doda, Smt Anita Sharma SSP Ramban, Sh Kishore Kumar Bandral, CPO Doda, Sh Jaswant Raj SPO Ramban and Sh Mansoor Ahmed SPO Kishtwar, Sh Shoket Ali, Dy. SP SO to DIG DKR Range.

DIG DKR Range apprised the participants that the main objective of the meeting is to discuss the ways and means required to be adopted by the investigating officers for effective investigation of cases in order to increase the conviction rate. DIG directed all SSPs monitor the investigation of the cases professionally and follow the SOP laid down by PHQ as well as taking expert advice from prosecuting officers. Special emphasis was laid on improving the quality of investigation as well as proper supervision of cases right from registration of FIR till production of Challan before the Court of Law.

DIG issued detailed instructions to all the participants attending the meeting on spot and directed them to have close supervision over investigation in their respective Police Stations especially in special reported cases and investigate them professionally. DIG further directed the participants that while producing challan before the court of law, they should ensure that the charge sheet is scrutinized legally by the Chief Prosecuting officers/Senior Prosecuting officers and verified with comments that the same is fit to be produced in the court of law for trial, so that the conviction rate is increased.

DIG further directed to have a close watch on all the elements involved in dealing with such Narcotic Smuggling in their respective jurisdictions and take strict action against them. DIG also directed to identify the habitual offenders of NDPS in their respective jurisdictions so that legal proceedings are initiated against them.