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.