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Manipur DGP appraises Governor of state’s security situation

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IMPHAL, FEB 29: Manipur director general of police (DGP), Rajiv Singh called on Governor Anusuiya Uikey at Raj Bhavan on Thursday evening and apprised her of the prevailing security situation in the state, a statement from the Raj Bhavan said.

The DGP submitted a detailed report on the recent incidents and briefed the Governor about his visit to Churachandpur district post the incidents that took place on February 15. Cases of extortion from the general public and transport associations were also discussed. The Governor asked the DGP to take stringent action against those involved in the act and to maintain free and safe passage of vehicles in the highways.

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The DGP assured the Governor that Manipur police has been working dedicatedly for the safety and security of people of the state. Taking a serious note of the recent incidents, the Governor said that, it is high time the people realize that there are few self-styled organisations both in the hill and valley districts which are misleading the local populace by creating false propaganda from time to time. She urged the people to understand the pivotal role played by Manipur police in safeguarding their lives and properties, the Raj Bhavan added.

The Governor also appealed to the people to co-operate with the police in maintaining law and order in the state. (NNN)

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