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Zero-tolerance’ in crimes against women: Haryana DGP

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Faridabad: Stressing “zero-tolerance” in crimes against women, Harayana Police chief K P Singh today said any laxity on part of policemen in registering such cases would result in action against them.

The Director General of Police (DGP) also instructed the officials to deal sternly with people registering false cases “in the garb” of crimes against women.

The remarks came while he was informing the police personnel here about the newly launched Key Performance Indicators (KPI).

Commissioner of Police Hanif Qureshi, on the occasion, informed the DGP about the internship programme offered to students enabling them to work with the district police.

The DGP has directed for emulation of the internship programme across all districts in the state.

The DGP also directed for extending by a month several police programmes, including operation ‘Muskaan’ and the reinforcement drives under the NDPS Act and Arms Act, among others.

Several senior police officials from Faridabad zone were present during the meeting with the DIG.

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