The meeting which was held in the conference hall of Police Headquarters here on Sunday, was attended by officers from all Director General of Police, IG’s, SPs from all four districts, SDPOs and SHOs from various police stations from all over the state, according to a press release issued by the department of Information and Public Relations, Government of Sikkim.

The meet saw an interactive session where the officers placed their grievances, problems and their needs to the Chief Minister.

After giving a patient hearing to the problems faced by the officers Chamling vowed to give all possible help from the government and look into the matter by putting it into priority list.

The grievances which included problems like lack of man power in various police stations, communications problems like lack of telephone and mobile networks, and infrastructure problems were all addressed by the Chief Minister.

In his address Chamling at the outset thanked the police personnel for conducting fair peaceful elections during the recently concluded Parliamentary and assembly elections and urged the force to work with same kind of sincerity and dedication, perform and exercise their duty with a people friendly approach and sticking to rule of law.

Sikkim is a tranquil state and the credit should go to the law enforcers for keeping the peace and security of the state intact, he added.

Chamling stressed the force should give top priority to keeping chemical fertilizers and pesticides, drugs and non-biodegradable materials like plastics completely out of the state.

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