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Help desk in Police stations for farmers to do justice in AP

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In what could be hailed as a good initiative by the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, an exclusive special desk in every police station will be set up to immediate redressal of farmers grievances in the state of Andhra Pradesh. During a review meeting with the authorities in his camp office, he directed the officials concerned to implement the orders in letter and spirit.

He also directed the authorities to focus on setting up special courts for hearing the farmers’ issues. Towards this end, he underscored the need for creating awareness among women police in villages, ward secretaries, Asha workers, ANMs and Anganwadi workers should be made aware of the direction.

The essence of the formation of special desks in the police station for the farmers is to give justice to the farmers as soon as possible in case of frauds in the affairs of agricultural produce. CM Jagan said these police stations should be used to expedite the resolution of legal issues and problems faced by farmers, especially in the state. On the other hand, CM Jagan revealed that he would like to set up another desk for farmers similar to the direction help desk in every police station.

The officials briefed the CM on the steps being taken to strengthen the law for the safety and protection of women. Officials report a 7.5 percent drop in crime against women in 2020 compared to 2019. Officials brought to the notice of the CM that 12 lakh people in the state have downloaded the Disha app and the Prime Minister has praised the Direction Investigation (Patrolling) vehicle.

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