Police Department has stopped leave In view of the call for Jat reservation agitation.
Chandigarh, June 2 – In view of the call for Jat reservation agitation likely commencing from June 5,2016 in various districts of Haryana, the Police Department has stopped leave of all kinds except in emergent cases till further orders.
A written communication to this effect has been sent to all Commissioners of Police, District Superintendents, Additional Inspector General, Traffic, Superintendents of Police, Commando, Newal, Karnal, Superintendent of Police, Railways, Ambala Cantt. and Superintendent of Police, Telecommunications, Moginand and Commandants of Haryana Armed Police and India Reserve Battalion by Inspector General of Police, Administration, Mr A. S. Chawla.
Meanwhile, Haryana Additional Director General of Police, Mr Mohammad Akil today said that the police was fully geared up to meet any eventuality. The police and district administration would maintain law and order and safety of the people would be ensured. He said that those individuals or group of people found trying to vitiate the peaceful atmosphere directly or indirectly would invite stern action against themselves.
Mr Akil said that the Police Department would keep a vigil on anti-social elements. He said that those found indulged in spreading rumours or vitiating peaceful atmosphere would be dealt with sternly. The common man should have no fear about his safety. He said that the police and the district administration would make the people understand that in case their children indulged in damaging public or private property, they would invite stern action against themselves, which could also adversely affect their future.
He said that Duty Magistrates have been deputed. Help of public representatives and Gram Panchayats was being sought to maintain peace, he added.
He said that there was neither shortage of police force nor of the equipment in maintaining law and order. The police would not tolerate any act to block road or rail. The police officers were holding meetings with responsible citizens to maintain peace in rural and urban areas.