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Bengaluru police launch 'Janasamparka Divasa' to redress public grievances

Bengaluru police launch ‘Janasamparka Divasa’ to redress public grievances
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Bengaluru police launch ‘Janasamparka Divasa’ to redress public grievances

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Bengaluru City police has come up with a new initiative ‘Janasamparka Divasa’, a public outreach programme where citizens can directly walk into police stations to meet senior officers or get grievances redressed, on Saturday from 11 am to 1 pm. The department has planned to hold this new initiative on the fourth Saturday of every month

Bengaluru: Bengaluru City police has come up with a new initiative 'Janasamparka Divasa', a public outreach programme where citizens can directly walk into police stations to meet senior officers or get grievances redressed, on Saturday from 11 am to 1 pm. The department has planned to hold this new initiative on the fourth Saturday of every month.

According to the statement released by Bengaluru city police, "Citizens can use the opportunity to enquire about the status of their complaint. The police will return recovered stolen items to their owners during the interaction.

Any pending application for verification, including for passport, will be done on the spot on the production of required documents. Apart from this, Residents' Welfare Associations (RWAs) and other residents can walk in with any problems they have in the area."

Assistant Commissioners of Police (ACPs) and Deputy Commissioners of Police (DCPs) will be available at the respective police stations. Police Commissioner Kamal Pant will visit Pulikeshi Nagar and Malleswaram police stations.

S. Murugan, Additional Commissioner (east), will visit Pulikeshi Nagar and Banaswadi police stations, Soumendu Mukherjee, Additional Commissioner (west) will visit Hanumanth Nagar and Byatarayanapura police stations, and Sandeep Patil, Joint Commissioner (crime), will be available at the CCB headquarters during the two-hour window.

The city police have released the list of police stations where zonal DCPs will interact with the public. They are Central: Ashok Nagar, East: Pulikeshi Nagar, Banaswadi, West: Vijaynagar, North: R.T. Nagar, South: Hanumanth Nagar, South East: Koramangala, North East: Yelahanka, and Whitefield: K.R. Puram.

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