September 30, 2021 12:44:56 pm
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin made a surprise visit to the Adhiyamankottai police station in Dharmapuri district on Wednesday and undertook an inspection.
Stalin, who spent about 10 minutes at the station quickly went through the registers, daily records and interacted with the police officials. He asked about the status of the complaints that were registered at the station on Wednesday.
An officer explained to the chief minister the status of petitions received under the ‘Ungal Thoguthiyil Muthalamaichar’ scheme. Stalin was seen asking about how many constables are currently working in the station and later enquired how their workload is managed.
இரவும் பகலும் காவல் காத்து சட்டம் – ஒழுங்கை நிலைநிறுத்திடும் மகத்தான பணி காவல்துறையினருடையது!
அதியமான்கோட்டை காவல்நிலையத்தில் திடீர் ஆய்வு மேற்கொண்டு, பொதுமக்கள் அளித்துள்ள புகார்கள் மீதான நடவடிக்கைகள் குறித்து கேட்டறிந்தேன்.
வள்ளுவர் வாக்கின்படி முறைசெய்து காப்பாற்றுவோம்! pic.twitter.com/mGttKYTX9v
— M.K.Stalin (@mkstalin) September 29, 2021
Senior officers including P Thamaraikannan, ADGP (Law and Order), R Sudhakar, IG, West Zone were present during Stalin’s visit.
The chief minister was travelling to Dharmapuri from Salem to inaugurate various government welfare schemes.
Earlier in June, Stalin made a similar surprise visit to ration shops in Chennai and reviewed whether the cash-aid, relief kit announced by the government is been distributed to the beneficiaries without any delay.
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