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April 26, 2014

1000 days at a glance: Restoring law and order in the State

1000 days at a glance: Restoring law and order in the State

West Bengal has been infamous for political clashes and Maoist violence in that past. The State also faced several separatist movements in various parts, specially North Bengal. 

The All India Trinamool Congress led Government, under the guidance of Ms. Mamata Banerjee, has been successful in bringing down the political violence in the State. 

West Bengal is now the model state for countering Maoist violence. Peace prevails in Darjeeling. New commissionarates, courts and police stations have been formed to boost the infrastructure.

Darjeeling and Jangalmahal are smiling:

The Union Government and the National Security Council have suggested that Jangalmahal in Bengal should be used as a model for other states to counter Left-wing extremism.

Gorkhaland Territorial Agreement has been enforced after a tripartite agreement

Commissionarates: 5 commissionarates have been formed in Asansol, Durgapur, Howrah, Bidhannagar, Barrackpore and Siliguri.

Courts: In order to ensure speedy trials and to bring the cases of oppression of women to justice, 88 new fast-track courts, 45 courts for women, 19 Human Rights courts and 3 CBI courts have either been set up or notified.

New Police stations:

20 police stations for women have been set up

During the tenure of the present government, 26 police stations have already been formed in both Kolkata and West Bengal.

Very recently, five new police stations have been formed in Kolkata Police area. These are Sarsuna, Panchasayar, Netajinagar, Anandapur and Dakshin Behala Police Stations.

In the West Bengal Police Area, Purbasthali Police Station has recently been bifurcated.

The Shibpur Police Station in Howrah divided into two more jurisdictions, namely – Chatterjeehat Police Station and Botanical Gardens Police Station.

Police personnel: Almost 400 Sub-Inspectors, 40,000 Constables, (Including Junior Constables / Women Constables / Home Guards / NVFs) and 1,30,000 Civic Police Volunteers (to assist the regular police force) have been recruited. A large number of women constables have also been recruited.

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