Complete investigations in the least possible time-Haryana Chief Minister.

Chandigarh, August 5 – With a view to complete investigations in the least possible time, Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal, has directed officers of the Police Department to set up a separate FIR Registration Cell and deploy adequate number of investigation officers according to the workload.
The Chief Minister was presiding over a meeting of officers of Haryana Police Service here today.
He ordered the officers to explore possibilities for bringing in changes in police training to eliminate corruption and ensure that the personnel were honest, hard-working and responsible. He also directed them to strengthen Traffic Police.
Reiterating that Police was the face of the State, he said that officers should keep pace with the changing scenario and incorporate new ideas and methods into the system. He said that the present State Government had for the first time ordered a weekly off for Police personnel.
Director General of Police, Mr. K.P. Singh, said that with a view to facilitate smooth movement of traffic in Gurgaon, it had been proposed to deploy 1,100 traffic police personnel. Several steps are being taken to facilitate smooth flow of traffic in rest of the State. He said that new buildings have been provided for about 50 per cent police stations in the State and construction of new buildings has been proposed for the rest of the police stations. Police-public schools have also been opened in 14 districts to facilitate the personnel. Apart from this, personnel in different districts who perform in an outstanding manner are also felicitated, he added.
Those present in the meeting included Inspector General of Police (CID), Mr. Anil Kumar Rao and other HPS officers.