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SSP Samba Benam Tosh presiding over a meeting of policemen in DPO.

Excelsior Correspondent
SAMBA, Jan 19: Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Samba Benam Tosh has ordered all Investigation Officers (IOs) and supervising officers to ensure that all the accused, who are absconding in various cases registered and proven against them, be immediately arrested and released. Behind bars
The instructions were issued by SSP Samba while an offense review meeting was taking place in the DPO Samba Conference Hall. The district police chief issued instructions to all police officers involved in the investigation to ensure that the perpetrators of crimes, especially those wanted in cases related to terrorism, robbery cases, murder and attempted murder, rape/ sexual abuse, narcotics and drug smuggling, cattle smuggling, etc. they do not have time to remain free and are immediately detained.
Deputy Chief Prosecutor Pawan Khajuria, Additional SP Samba Surinder Choudhary, Deputy HQ SP Mohd Usman, SDPO Vijaypur Priyanka Kumari, SDPO Bari Brahmana Rahul Nagar, Deputy SP Garu Ram, CPO Javed Khwaja, Senior PO Ravinder Kumar, Senior PO Jaswant Raj among all SHOs and Police Station Managers attended the crime review meeting.
The main purpose of the meeting was to expedite the investigation process in each case and clear the pendency of all cases under investigation. During the meeting, the cases registered in all police stations in the Samba district were discussed in detail and instructions were issued to bring the investigation of all pending cases to a logical conclusion as soon as possible, especially the old pending cases.
Supervisory officers were instructed to conduct a thorough investigation covering all aspects in consultation with experienced prosecution officers to increase the conviction rate. All Police Officers were directed to make every effort to prevent and detect crime.

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