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CM directs Tripura Police to attentively address public concerns


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, August 2:  Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha directed the Tripura Police personnel on Wednesday to carefully listen to the problems of people who approach the police station with a humanitarian approach.

“People come to the police station with various grievances. Those who come with a humanitarian approach should be heard attentively so that they can openly talk about their problems. If crimes related to women cannot be stopped, there will be no benefit in establishing women’s police stations,” said the Chief Minister.

CM today inaugurated a Women’s Police Station at Ambassa in Dhalai district on Wednesday. In his inaugural speech, the Chief Minister emphasized that people come to the police station with different problems, and it is essential for the police to listen carefully to their complaints.

“It is crucial not to get angry or show resentment at this time. The government is committed to empowering women in all aspects. However, the establishment of women’s police stations will not yield benefits if crimes against women are not effectively addressed,” said Dr. Saha.

“The purpose of these women’s police stations is to provide a safe space for women victims to approach female police officers and report their grievances,” added Dr. Saha.

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