SSP Baramulla visits Police Drug de-addiction Centre Baramulla, Sub-division Kreeri

Baramulla February 08 (KNS) : SSP Baramulla Amod Ashok Nagpure-IPS visits Police Drug de-addiction Centre Baramulla and took stock of functioning of the centre besides, visits sub division Kreeri where he held interaction meeting with jawans.

During his visit to the Police Drug De-addiction Centre, SSP Baramulla interacted with the patients and their parents. While interacting with the parents he advised them to spend quality time with their children as communication gap leads to behavioural problems in children. He also advised the patients to take full advantages of counselling and other facilities in order to get themselves out from the menace of drug addiction. SSP Baramulla further assured the patients that various facilities in the centre will be upgraded.

He also interacted with the staff members of the centre and expressed his satisfaction over the functioning of centre. He took note of the issues of staff members and issues related to the expansion of the centre and recreational facilities.

Later, SSP Baramulla along with Additional SP Baramulla visited Sub division Kreeri and took stock of the functioning of Police Station Kreeri & PC Kreeri besides, held interaction meet with jawans.

SSP Baramulla while interacting with officers and officials, emphasized upon them to put best possible efforts & ensure maximum services to the department. During inspection of different sections viz NGOs block, Mess, Recreation, Barracks and Munishat Building, he stressed upon the officers and other staff to work with more dedication in providing necessary services to the general public and the department continuously.

SSP Baramulla directed the officers to further improve the efficiency and monitor the work personally. He also impressed upon the officers to solve the problems and genuine demands/grievances of the subordinates particularly of SPOs and constabulary.

Referring to the different welfare measures, SSP Baramulla said that benefits of the welfare programmes must reach to subordinates. He exhorted upon the officers to seek feedback from the subordinates and take the necessary steps to upgrade the conditions for achieving better results. (KNS) 

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