Police Public meeting   held at  Police Station Larnoo 

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Srinagar, January 31: On the directions of senior police officers, a PCPG (Police Community  Partnership Group)     meeting was  held   at Police Station Larnoo Kokernag  with the inhabitants of Larnoo  area. The meeting was chaired by  SDPO Kokernag accompanied by SHO Larnoo.

 

The participants highlighted various issues of public importance like drug abuse & other social evils affecting well being of the society. Participants  assured their full support & cooperation in fighting against the social crimes.

 

Referring to the issues highlighted by the participants, SDPO Kokernag  and SHO Larnoo assured them that issues pertaining to Police will be solved in shortest possible time and  the rest will be taken up with the civil administration for their redressal on priority.

 

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