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CHANDIGARH: Haryana Director-General of Police Ranjiv Dalal on Monday directed all senior police officers in the State to identify cases of land disputes, including dispossession of panchayat land, in each village and take suitable preventive action.
In a video conference which was attended by police commissioners, range inspectors-general of police and superintendents of police, Mr. Dalal said all officers should be in touch with prosecution and revenue officials so far as land dispute cases were concerned.
They should visit villages which had the possibility of throwing up land disputes, call a meeting of subordinates and brief them accordingly.
He also directed them to take meetings of PCR riders every month, dispose of vehicles kept at police stations in accident cases quickly and take suitable measures to check drunken drivers.
Overloading of vehicles
They should also check overloading of vehicles; every inspector must be computer and email-savvy and boards must be installed to display Accident Help Line Toll-Free No. 1,073 on the main roads.
They must also promptly investigate cases related to women, he added.
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