Officers of 7 states participated in Co-ordination meeting organised by Delhi Police

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Police officers , in a co-ordination meeting, stressed upon the exchange of information at senior level in sensitive matters. Officers from Delhi Police and its neighbouring States also decided for conducting integrated checking on a regular basis with a focus particularly on criminals moving around with firearms.

Delhi Police organized an interstate co-ordination meeting, aimed to share intelligence & inputs about criminal gangs and their designs as also for strengthening cooperation and co-ordination in taking action against manufacturing, supply and sale of firearms, liquor and drug-trafficking.

Senior officers of Delhi Police and their counter parts Inspector General of Haryana Police Hanif Qureshi, Deputy Inspector General S.K. Rampal & AIG Gurmeet Singh Chauhan of Punjab Police, Inspector General Amitabh Yash of STF (Uttar Pradesh Police), Deputy Inspector General of Rajasthan Police CID Laxman Gaur, Ajitabh Kumar IGP of Bihar Police CID, IGP Ranjit Kumar Prasad of Crime Branch & Superintendent of Police Y.S. Ramesh represented Jharkhand as well as IGP S.P. Singh from Madhya Pradesh attended the meeting. More than 10 officers including Special Commissioners and Joint Commissioners of different branches and ranges of Delhi Police participated in this brain storming session.

According to Delhi Police press release It was stressed upon to take joint action against interstate criminals by sharing of information of their activities as such exercise would certainly help for keeping surveillance over the interstate criminals involved in trafficking of drugs and proliferation of fire arms. Police officers stressed upon exchanging information at senior levels in sensitive matters in advance to make the operations successful.

Police officers of different states were in favour of conducting integrated checking on a regular basis with a focus particularly on criminals moving around with firearms, sharing and collection of intelligence about active criminals, jail release, placement of pickets/barriers, deployment of maximum staff with weapons and necessary equipment, identifying the persons involved in selling of drugs/illicit liquor and fire arms in their areas and taking appropriate legal action against them, including action under MCOCA or other preventive section of laws to keep them behind the bars for a longer time.

Offcers in interstate police coordination meeting, also decided for undertaking effective diversion of non-destined goods traffic by the respective states of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh , well within their borders, so that they do not enter Delhi. It was also agreed to mutually share data-base of registered vehicles pertaining to neighbouring Districts i.e. Ghaziabad, Noida, Faridabad, Bahadurgarh, Jhajjar and Sonipat etc. in respect of vehicles, maintained in the Regional Transport Offices and information about stolen vehicles.

Diesel vehicles older than 10 years and petrol vehicles older than 15 years are not permitted to ply in Delhi as per the directions of National Green Tribunal (NGT ) in writ petition.

The meeting ended with a resolution to augment co-ordination in policing in the NCR, and to have one to one interaction at all levels and units for effective action against crime, firearms and drug-trafficking.