Kerala: No more visits to police station
By Express News Service - THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
24th June 2012 08:53 AM
Home Minister Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan will launch the facility for the public to lodge complaints without visiting police stations, on Monday.
The service, first-of-its-kind in the country, is part of the government’s Sutharya Keralam project.
The facility will be useful for the elderly, handicapped, women and children, the police said in a statement here on Saturday. TNIE was the first to report on the government’s ambitious plan to launch the people-friendly project.
The complainants can submit their grievance in writing at the Janasevana Kendrams which will be scanned and sent to the police stations concerned, by the officials.
A receipt for the complaint and phone number of the police station will be handed over to the complainant. NRKs can make use of the facility by sending scanned images of the complaint and passport using the specific email ID given for the purpose.
Home Minister Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan will launch the facility at the Janasevana Kendram at Palayam at 5 pm.
Health Minister V S Sivakumar will preside over the function. IT and Industries Minister P K Kunhalikutty will be the chief guest. DGP Jacob Punnoose will welcome the gathering.
Sashi Tahroor MP, Mayor K Chandrika, TRIDA chairman P K Venugopal, councillor Palayam Rajan, Home Principal Secretary Sajan Peter, ADGP P Chandrasekharan, IGs B Sandhya, Sheikh Darvesh Sahib, Manoj Abraham, DIG T J Jose and IT Mission director Jayasankar Prasad will attend the function.
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