Ram Sangathan submits memo to ASP Crime

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 20 Mar 2018 10:10:59


 

 

Staff Reporter

A MEMORANDUM of demand stating suspension of Civil Lines SHO was handed over to ASP Crime Sandeep Mishra by a delegation of Ram Sangathan on Monday. The recent incident of college students vehicles theft around Civil Lines area has caused resentment in view of apathetic stance of police station.According to information, a memorandum of demand was handed over to Additional SP Crime Sandeep Mishra by a delegation of Ram Sangathan headed by Surjan Shukla. About the content of the memorandum, the organisation has expressed its resentment on the non attentive stance of Civil Lines police station in dealing with complaint lodged by college students against their theft of vehicles.


Shukla asserted that in view of vehicles theft, it has come to fore that the members of vehicle lifting gang having established nexus with the cycle stand operators are actively lifting vehicles from cycle stands of colleges and educational institutions.The organisation told ASP that the victims who stepped in the police station to formally lodge a complaint, the cops treated the students with indifference. As many of the students who reached at the police station not many complaints were entertained by the cops on duty. And in handful of cases that were registered no substantial action was taken against the complaint. Besides, the alleged apathy of the police gets reflected in the fact that the CCTV footage obtained from colleges have also proved of little worth for police to carry out investigation against fugitive seen in possession with the stolen vehicle.The members and office-bearers of the Ram Sangathan namely Surjan Shukla, Rahul Yadav, Shashank Tripathi, Badal Patel, Shubham Vishwakarma, Saurabh Chaudhary and others have supplicated to ASP Crime to make adequate police bandobast around colleges so that should tighten noose around vehicle lifter gang.