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In the first public hearing after the election, the SP Gwalior directed the applicants to conduct their own hearing and resolve the matter immediately.

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Jun 12, 2024
In the first public hearing after the election, the SP Gwalior directed the applicants to conduct their own hearing and resolve the matter immediately.

Bureau Chief Pawan Paruthi Gwalior MP

A total of 131 complaints were received in the public hearing held at the SP office.

Gwalior dated 11.06.2024. Due to the Lok Sabha General Election 2024 in Madhya Pradesh, the public hearing held every Tuesday was completely stopped due to the Model Code of Conduct coming into effect. Since now the Lok Sabha elections have been completed and the model code of conduct has expired, the first public hearing after the election was held on Tuesday 11.06.2024 for quick hearing of the grievances of the common people in the entire state as well as in Gwalior district.

pili-1 In the first public hearing after the election, the SP Gwalior directed the applicants to conduct their own hearing and resolve the matter immediately.

A public hearing was also organized in the office of the Superintendent of Police, Gwalior, for quick resolution and hearing of the complaints and problems of the common people. In today’s public hearing, Superintendent of Police Gwalior Mr. Dharamveer Singh (Bhapuse) himself was present with the police officers and patiently listened to every complaint brought by him and directed the police station in-charge and other officers to resolve it immediately. Superintendent of Police Gwalior has clearly directed all the police station in-charges that the complainants coming to the police station should be heard promptly and the public hearing and women desk should be made more effective so that the victim or the complainant need not come to the Superintendent of Police office unnecessarily. . The problem which can be solved at the police station level should be solved immediately. Superintendent of Police Gwalior has directed the concerned to take legal action within the time limit on all complaint applications received in public hearing.

Applicants from urban and rural areas attended the public hearing held at the Superintendent of Police office today. Most of the complaints received were family disputes, land disputes, disputes between husband and wife, pending cases. In today’s public hearing, a total of 131 complaint applications were submitted, out of which 101 were submitted by applicants from urban areas and 30 from rural areas.

During today’s public hearing Additional Superintendent of Police (Central) Mr. Akhilesh Rainwal, Additional Superintendent of Police (Rural) Mr. Niranjan Sharma, CSP Inderganj Mr. Ashok Singh Jadoun, CSP Gwalior Mrs. Shubha Srivastava, CSP University Ms. Hina Khan, DSP Women’s Security Mrs. Kiran Ahirwar also heard the problems of the applicants.

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