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Search operations against Naxalites to continue: ADGP

Staff Reporter

BATLAGUNDU (DINDIGUL): Search operations against anti-socials and anti-nationals, including Naxalites, if any, will continue in the Western Ghats between Kodaikanal and Periakulam blocks in Theni and Dindigul districts, according to K. Radhakrishnan, Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order).

Talking to presspersons after presiding over an annual review meeting with the police officers in both the districts near here on Tuesday, he said that surveillance would be intensified at villages that were situated in and near the Western Ghats, along Tamil Nadu-Kerala border, in these districts.

The STF personnel, who have camped in Periakulam and Kodaikanal blocks, will do their work in the allotted areas as usual. Superior officers would constantly monitor their work, he added. “More vigilance committees will be constituted at villages on hills.”

Long-pending cases

Briefing the outcome of the review meeting, the ADGP said that performance on crime detection by the police in both districts was good. Crime detection rate was high. Still, there were some long-pending cases.

Suitable instructions had been given to Superintendents of Police in both districts and Deputy Superintendents of Police in respective divisions to complete all pending cases quickly. Mr. Radhakrishnan also directed police officers to prepare the ground for the forthcoming Assembly elections and briefed as how to handle election work effectively.

Discipline of police officers, law and order problems, caste, communal and religious issues in both the districts and problems prevailed in the hilly regions, containing caste clashes in southern districts and constitution of village vigilance committees were given top priority in the review meeting.

Inspector General of Police, S.S. Krishnamurthy, Deputy Inspector General of Police Sailesh Kumar Yadav, Superintendents of Police R. Dinakaran and V. Balakrishnan, Deputy Superintendents of Police and other police officers in Theni and Dindigul districts took part.

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