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Home Minister inaugurates Southern State DGPs Conference

DGP Girish Kumar calls for greater efforts to neutralize threats posed by terrorists

Inaugurating the Third Conference of Directors General of Police of Southern States on Wednesday, Andhra Pradesh Home Minister Ms. P Sabitha Indra Reddy sought the assistance of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka DGPs in breaking the secret networks transporting ganja from Andhra Pradesh to other Southern States as well as to Maharashtra.

The Home Minister said that the State Government is actively considering a proposal to book persons indulging in video piracy under the AP Goonda Act on the lines of Tamil Nadu. She said that the Government was seriously concerned about the menance and would develop zero tolerance to video piracy. She stressed the need to break the Chennai-Bangalore based video piracy network to preclude producers from incurring huge losses. She recalled that the State was implementing e-COPs, the e-governance module in the police. It would develop bridge software for implementing the Crime Criminal Tracking Network of the Central Government with e-COPs

On economic offenses, she said that 17 posts of IPS had been added to the State which had an en-cadred IGP economic offenses wing post in the Crime Investigation Department. The Government also took pro-active steps in sanctioning 36,000 posts of additional police force and 11,700 police constables and 1,525 sub-inspectors had already been recruited. The DGP RR Girish Kumar called for greater co-ordination and collaboration among the Southern States to neutralize terrorists and organized crime.

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