Articles tagged under: Gujarat Police
April 23, 2020
Gandhinagar: The Appointments Committee of the union Cabinet has approved the proposal of Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India for extension in service of Shivanajd Jha (Gujarat cadre 1983 batch IPS officer) for a period of three months beyond April 30 in relaxation of rule of the All India Service in public interest. Jha is Director General of Police (DGP) of Gujarat Police.
April 23, 2020
Gandhinagar: Director General of Police, Shivanand Jha today in his press briefing appealed people that they should not assemble at religious places during upcoming festivals of Ramzan and Parshuram Jayanti. Jha said, Dharma Gurus should ask the people to worship from home. As long as lockdown is there, people assembled at any place are going to face police action, Jha said issuing warning.
DGP, Gujarat: People should not assemble at religious places during upcoming festivals of Ramzan and...Read More
April 04, 2020
Surat: Two cops who offered namaz with other persons including a cleric in local mosque during their duty time have been booked under IPC section 188 and National Disaster Management Act 2005 section 51(B). They have been arrested and suspended from duty with immediate effect.
According a press statement issued by IG office, Surat, a Circle Police Inspector of Ahwa IB Ajmeri and Police Sub Inspector SS Daraiya were on duty at Subir in connection with nationwide lockdown to curb spread of Cov...Read More
April 01, 2020
Gandhinagar: Shivanand Jha, Director General of Gujarat Police, today in his briefing told media persons that 71 of 72 from Gujarat who participated in Markaz gathering of Tablighi Jamat in Nizamuddin, Delhi have been identified and quarantined. None of them has shown Covid19 symptoms so far. Of them 34 were from Ahmedabad, 20 were from Bhavnagar (of them 1 died of Covid19), 12 were from Mahesana, 4 from Botad and 2 were from Navsari.
Jha said a broad list was received on the basis of technic...Read More
March 31, 2020
Gandhinagar: Director General of Gujarat Police Shivanand Jha today in his media briefing said, a Video of a cop overturning vegetable cart in Krushnanagar area of Ahmedabad viral online was very clear and he immediately asked City police Commissioner Bhatia to suspend the cop. Such behavior in uniform is prohibited and unacceptable. Police men can't use danda all the time. Behavior and approach to poor need to have sensitivity involved. Those poor there were after all selling essential it...Read More
March 29, 2020
Gandhinagar: Gujarat Police briefing today:
- Crime Branch, RAF to be deployed in difficult areas
-14 offenses registered on the basis of drones/CCTV surveillance
-46 offenses registered over social media misuse
-Neighbors are appealed to report breach of quarantine
March 28, 2020
Ahmedabad: Gujarat Police chief DGP Shivanand Jha today in a media briefing said:
-Those venturing outside without essential needs will be booked under IPC, Disaster Management Act, Epidemic disease Act. vehicle also will be seized. Youths must not move unnecessarily as case will be filed impacting their passport and career.
-Drone to fly over residential societies and spot the gatherings at common plots. Closing gates of societies would not work anymore. Gatherings must be avoided. CC...Read More
March 23, 2020
Gandhinagar: Entire Gujarat to be in complete lockdown from midnight today to 31st of March, Gujarat police chief DGP Shivanand Jha made announcement today in urgently called press conference at State police bhavan here.
Jha said State borders are sealed. Four companies of Rapid Action Force (RAF) sought for implementation. Movement to be allowed only for essential services and for citizens to get essential commodities.
Additional Chief Secretary, Home department, Government of Guja...Read More
March 16, 2020
Palanpur: Even after removal of check posts, police men continue to collect bribes on the highways. A video that has gone viral online has exposed this. In a video, a police constable Narnedrasinh who reportedly works in Vadgam police collects Rs. 300 as hafta.
February 26, 2020
Gandhinagar: Capital town Gandhinagar will get Police Commissioner office. At present Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot are four cities that have Police Commissioners.
Presenting the budget for financial year 2020-21, Nitin Patel said, Gandhinagar which is presently served by District Superintendent of Police (DSP) will get Police Commissioner office while rural areas will be served by Superintendent of Police.
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