Special women police officers, helpline number-1091 would be made centralized so as to ensure the safety and security of the women in the State-Manoher Lal..
Chandigarh December 21: Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal said that besides deploying special women police officers, helpline number-1091 would be made centralized so as to ensure the safety and security of the women in the State.
Mr Manohar Lal was presiding over a meeting of Chief Minister’s Good Governance Associates (CMGGAs) here.
The Chief Minister said that initially these women police officers would be deployed in two districts of the State on pilot basis and later on these would be deputed in other districts also. He said that Police Mitra Kaksh Yojna has been implemented in two districts namely Karnal and Rohtak and on the basis of the feedback from the people of the State, the scheme would be rolled out in remaining districts also.
He said that the women police volunteers system would be further strengthened so that they could provide services to the people more efficiently. While reviewing the ‘Dial 100’ scheme of the Police Department, he was informed that the scheme would be implemented by November 2018. He was also informed that 380 services of the State have been linked with the e-taal scheme of the Central Government. Apart from this, e-disha centres would be renovated at a cost of about Rs 33 crore.
Mr Manohar Lal directed the officers to generate maximum awareness among the people about various online services started by the State government so that they could take maximum benefit of the same. He said in the present State Government, the image of the Tehsildars has been improved and people are getting services in time. Directing the officers to eradicate corruption in the Tehsil offices, he asked them prepare a single cadre for clerks so that they could be rationalized. He also issued directions to dispose of the pending cases of intakals and timely registration of the same by using Information Technology (IT).
The Chief Minister also reviewed HALRIS (Haryana Land Record Information System), social audit of development works and activities of Development and Panchayats Department.
Among those present in the meeting included Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Dr Rakesh Gupta, Additional Chief Secretary, Revenue and Disaster Management Department, Mrs Keshni Anand Arora, Principal Secretary, Information Technology Department, Mr Devender Singh, Director General of Police (DGP) Mr B.S Sandhu, ADGP Law and Order, Mohd. Akil, Inspector General, CID, Mr Anil Rao, Mr Vineet Gupta of Ashoka University and CMGGAs.