Under this plan, the state government will be providing new vehicles, new police stations, modern fire stations and latest forensic labs. In addition to this, an advance control room will also be set up to control the crime in the state. A huge sum of rupees 500 crores will be spent on this venture. The Uttar Pradesh Cabinet has given its nod for the execution of this plan.

“The Noida authority has sanctioned the first installment of Rs 100 crores,” said Principal Secretary (Home) Deepak Singhal.

Singhal, who visited Noida along with DGP K L Banerjee, held a review meeting with the police officials.

The reforms process will be carried out in five phases. The authorities in Noida will issue Rs 100 crores for the initial phase.

The DGP said crime will not be tolerated in the state.
“We will not comprise in keeping the law and order situation intact,” he added.
He further requested the police officials to interact with the people, understand their problems and find an immediate solution to their problems.


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