No revival of terrorism in Punjab: Saini
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Punjab Director General of Police (DGP) Sumedh Singh Saini on Sunday rejected the possibility of the alleged revival of terrorism in the state. Saini was interacting with media persons on the sidelines of the Police Commemoration Day function held at PAP complex. He said the crime rate in metros and other big cities of the state had come down considerably, but at the same time it had shifted to the rural belts and small towns. The Punjab Police plans to introduce Rural Response System (RRS) in the cities on the lines of Police Control Room (PCR) to check crime in small towns. The DGP said policemen deployed with RRS would be provided high speed motorcycles and special telephone numbers to respond within 15 minutes. Saini added that ADGP C S R Reddy had designed the draft of RRS, and the system would be introduced in the state within a month.
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