Ish­war Singh

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En­sur­ing im­ple­men­ta­tion of the Right to Ser­vice (RTS) Act in Lud­hi­ana po­lice com­mis­sion­er­ate, the top cops have promised to pro­vide trans­par­ent ser­vice in the given time to the gen­eral public in next few days.

Hin­dus­tan Times talks to po­lice com­mis­sioner Ish­war Singh on the im­ple­men­ta­tion of the RTS Act.


What are the prepa­ra­tions to im­ple­ment the RTS Act?

The po­lice com­mis­sion­er­ate is fully pre­pared to im­ple­ment the RTS Act. We have set up su­vidha cen­tres at sub-di­vi­sion Are the cops equipped for the RTS Act?

Yes, we have co n - ducted sev­eral train­ing ses­sions for the po­lice per­son­nel at ev­ery level. We had con­ducted a spe­cial train­ing ses­sion for SHOS of all po­lice sta­tions that fall un­der the com­mis­sion­arate.

Pramod Kumar, the chair­man of the Pun­jab Ad­min­is­tra­tion Re­forms Com­mis­sion, had also vis­ited the t ra i n i n g ses­sions and he is sat­is­fied with the prepa­ra­tions made by the po­lice. Do you think the RTS Act can curb the cor­rup­tion that is preva­lent in the sys­tem?

The whole sys­tem would be trans­par­ent af­ter the im­ple­men­ta­tion of the RTS Act and that would re­duce the chancea of cor­rup­tion as the po­lice would be an­swer­able and bound to pro­vide the ser­vices in the given time. If peo­ple have com­plaints they can con­tact first ap­pel­late au­thor­ity DCP and if they are not sat­is­fied they can con­tact me, the po­lice com­mis­sioner.

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