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Commissioner to hold spl grievance programme

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In a move to address rising concerns over land-grabbing cases, the City Police Commissioner has announced a special grievance programme scheduled for March 6. The programme, slated to run from 10.30 a.m. to 1 p.m., aims to provide citizens with a platform to voice their grievances and seek redressal.
Commissioner A. Ravi Shankar has outlined the deployment of senior police officials to all police stations during the programme. Deputy Commissioners of Police, Additional DCPs, and ACP-rank officers will be stationed at each police station to oversee the reception of complaints. Citizens are encouraged to come forward during the programme to register complaints pertaining to various offenses including land-grabbing, forgery, trespassing, and encroachments on government lands.
Key officials designated to receive complaints include Joint Commissioner K. Fakeerappa at PM Palem Police Station, with DCP I and II stationed at Bheemunipatnam PS and Duvvada PS respectively. DCP Crimes will supervise the proceedings at Arilova PS, while ADCP Traffic, ADCP Crimes, and ADCP Admin will be present at Gajuwaka PS, Pendurthi PS, and Dwaraka PS, respectively.
Furthermore, ACPs will be deployed across other police stations to ensure comprehensive coverage and facilitation of public grievances related to land grabbing.

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