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Mumbai Police’s new initiative solves 44 crimes; Criminal information to every police station through television communication

Anish Patil
Mumbai: Mumbai Police has launched a digital exchange initiative to curb criminals in the inn and solve serious crimes in the city. The Sarait accused arrested under that and their modus operandi is now communicated to every police station in the city through televised communication. So far, 44 cases have been solved through this new initiative of Mumbai Police.

During the Coronation period, the police have also made a number of changes in their working methods. Many works have been digitized to comply with distance rules. As a part of this, a digital exchange venture was launched in Mumbai. Within a month and a half, 44 crimes have been solved through this newly launched initiative. The initiative has so far held five meetings in which the 302 arrested accused and their information were exchanged through digital medium. Earlier, the information of the accused was exchanged through written letters. But now, through digital exchange, the accused are brought before the representatives of each police station. It also helps to identify criminals who hide their identities. Gold chain theft, robbery and kidnapping have also been avoided. The gold chain of a senior woman was snatched by two accused on the day of Rakshabandhan on the Eastern Expressway in Pantnagar area of ​​Ghatkopar. At the same time, there were three thefts in the area. Pantnagar police later arrested Haider Ali Sher Ali Sarang and Mohammad Hussain Haji Hanif Hakam. All the police stations in the city were informed about the digital exchange. At that time, it was found that the accused were involved in seven crimes in Sakinaka, Kurla, Vile Parle and other police stations. Similarly, the accused arrested by the Bandra police in connection with the kidnapping case has been found to be involved in another kidnapping case.

What are the activities?

  • Every Friday from July 30, a special meeting is organized in every police station in the city through distance communication.
  • It is attended by senior police inspectors, investigating officers, preventive officers and other officers of each police station.
  • At this time, each police station gives information about the arrested criminal, his address, procedure and place of crime to the representatives of other police stations.

A digital exchange program has been launched in every police station in Mumbai to curb the crime of Sarait accused and other crimes have also been solved.

– Vishwas Nangre-Patil, Joint Commissioner of Police (Law and Order)

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