The meeting decided to initiate necessary action on information of crime gathered from social media and other means, an official statement said here.
       
The meeting at the CM's residence was attended by Chief Secretary Anjani Kumar Singh, Director General of Police PK Thakur, Principal Secretary, Home Amir Subhani, DG Training KC Dwivedi, Additional Director General of Police (Headquarter) Sunil Kumar and his counterpart in Law and Order Alok Raj among others.
    
The CM gave directions in the meeting to continue vehicle checking and campaign against those plying two wheelers without helmets, the statement said.
    
Considering the importance of CCTVs in tracking crimes, the meeting decided to install CCTV cameras across the state it said.

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It was decided that preparations for stopping illegal trade of drugs and illicit liquor would start after prohibition comes into effect in the state from April 1, 2016 and laid emphasis on providing security to companies engaged in execution of developmental projects in the state.

The high level meeting on law and order assumes significance in view of the sharp criticism the state government over the killing of a LJP leader, two engineers in Darbhanga and a jeweller in Patna among others recently.