Jamshedpur, May 26: Deputy inspector general (DIG) Kolhan, Rajiv Ranjan Singh on Tuesday inspected containment zones that have been set up following rising cases of coronavirus.
The three cases were reported from Sidhgora and Baridih located in the eastern fringe of the city where the administration has set up three containment zones, leading the total number of containment zones to four in the city and sixth in the East Singhbhum district. Earlier, one containment zone had been set up at the densely-populated area in Govindpur, a city suburb and two containment zones in Chakulia in Ghatshila sub-division of the district.
Singh inspected the zone took stalk of the prevailing situation. He gave important instructions to police personnel deployed there.
Latter on he reviewed the cases of crime registered with the police station across Jamshedpur.An officer said they have instructed the police to get such undetected cases.
Singh said that the law and order situation in the city is better. But still the city police have to be more pro-active in stopping crimes like snatching, theft, loot and arms-peddling in the city.
“A number of firing incidents has taken place at few localities in the city in the recent past, but the police have also been succeeded to nab those involved in such incidents. The overall law and order situation in the city is not as bad,” said the DIG.
The senior police officer had also discussed about the vehicular traffic system in the city with senior SP, SP (city) and DSP (traffic) and asked them to continue the helmet-checking drive rigorously so as to curb fatal mishaps involving the two-wheeler riders.
Vehicular traffic, the major concern during the season will be under the administration’s scanner from this week as this issue is also an impediment in the way of organizing smooth festivals.
The DIG said that effective anti insurgency operation is being carried out to flush out the ultras.
“Vigilance against naxalites is being carried out effectively and in bordering areas particularly with Bengal and we need to be more vigilant on our side,” said Singh. Maoists’ activities are quite under control at Saranda and Porahat area of West Singhbhum, the district which was affected the most from this menace.
Singh informed that the police have already set up six CRPF camps at Saranda and another six camps are in the process of being installed. “We are confident that once the CRPF camps are set up at Saranda and the development process that has been initiated by the Centre, the naxal problem in Saranda will be over,” he further noted.