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Puducherry Lt Guv Kiran Bedi announces slew of measures to keep a tab on crime

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It is boon to have a Lt.Governor of the calibre of Smt Kiran Bedi! Every city should have an administrator of her ilk! Welcome Madam to Puducherry! A stickler for discipline she cannot be taken for a ride!

[h=1]Puducherry Lt Guv Kiran Bedi announces slew of measures to keep a tab on crime[/h]May 31, 2016 22:46

Two days after she was sworn in as Lt Governor of Puducherry, Kiran Bedi got cracking, announcing a slew of measures to check crime and corruption in the Union Territory.

She said a toll free phone number '1031' will be in place on June 8 to enable people to register complaints on corruption, eve teasing, activities of anti-social elements and also crime against women.

Releasing a draft plan on 'crime prevention and road safety' at a function, organised by the Puducherry Police, she said, "The reputation of Puducherry as a peaceful Union Territory deserves to be made still better."

In her first public function as Lt Governor, the former IPS officer, who assumed office on Sunday, announced that the toll free phone number would receive information from public as a "closed and secret information and tip-off" and only she, IG of Police and Chief Secretary would know the message.

It was left to the person giving the complaint to opt for identification, and the information given should also be genuine and wrong-doers would be taken to task by police, she said.

Corrupt practices would attract dismissal of the officials from service.

If the complaint helped the police bring justice to the victims of crimes, police would reward the complainants.

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