Chhattisgarh Home Minister Tamradhwaj Sahu admits crime rising due to urban unemployment

Chhattisgarh Home Minister Tamradhwaj Sahu

Home Minister Tamradhawj Sahu said that due to Corona infection and lockdown, many people came to the state from outside, small businesses stopped, unemployment increased in cities, it includes the reasons for moving all things crime

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  • Last Updated:November 22, 2020, 4:42 PM IS

Raipur. Chhattisgarh Home Minister Tamradhawj Sahu believes that crime has increased due to increasing urban unemployment. On Sunday, a review meeting was held in Raipur (Raipur) about the increasing crime, deteriorating law and order. Talking to the media after the meeting, Home Minister Tamradhwaj Sahu said that due to Corona infection and lockdown many people came to the state from outside, small businesses stopped, unemployment increased in cities, all these things causes of crime include.

The Home Minister said that the laborers in MNREGA got work in the villages but could not get so much work in the cities. He said that senior officers of the Home and Police Department have been instructed to change the functioning of the police. Also, the police should work by making a 24-hour timetable. Officers and jawans need to stay in the patrolling and field in the evening.

He admitted that there is a shortage of staff in the police department, but denied that the shortage of staff increased crime. He has given instructions to strengthen the beat charge and information system.

Tamradhwaj Sahu told that action is being taken against the drug continuously in the capital Raipur. He assured that no culprit will be spared. He has directed to increase the vigil on the border to stop the transportation of paddy from other states. Let us say that in the past few days, there has been an increase in criminal incidents in many districts including the capital Raipur. With this, questions are being raised about the functioning and functioning of the police.

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