Mysore

ADGP holds  law  and order meeting

Additional Director General of Police Alok Mohan meets city police top brass; takes stock of unsolved murder cases

Looks like the law and order in the city has caught he attention of the state government and the state police wing. On Monday, Additional Director General of Police Alok Mohan had a closed door meeting with a few police officials at the City Police Commissioner’s office. The first topic was taken for discussion was Raju murder case that rocked the city on March 13. Raju, famous as RSS Raju of Kyathamaranahalli was hacked to death when he was drinking tea in a roadside stall in Udayagiri.

There were widespread disturbances in the city after his death where right-wing activists accused the police of
shielding the killers. At a meeting with City Police Commissioner B Dayananda, City Crime Branch ACP Gopal, Narasimharaja ACP Umesh Shet and Udayagiri Inspector P Santhosh, Alok Mohan asked them about the progress in the case. According to sources, the ADGP told the police officers that the case had caused huge embarrassment to the state government as the culprits have not been arrested even after two months.

In another meeting with all the police inspectors, ADGP Alok Mohan reviewed the law and order situation in the city. Examining the crime rate, the officer was told that in 2015, 23 murder cases were reported in the city of which 17 were solved. In 2016, till March, 12 murder cases were reported including that of RSS Raju and Devendra alias Devu. Alok Mohan directed his officials to speed up investigations and bring culprits to book. Inspectors from all the police stations, Deputy Commissioners of Police and Assistant Commissioners were present.

Additional Director General of Police Alok Mohan receives the guard of honour. He had a closed door meeting with a few police officials at the City Police Commissioner’s office.

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