CM inducts 44 new vehicles in Goa police

Gomantak Times
Thursday, 27 February 2020

PANAJI: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Wednesday flagged off 44 new Maruti Ertiga vehicles, inducted in the Goa Police department against the condemnation and modernisation scheme following sanction accorded by the government.

The new vehicles will be allotted for police control room duty and highway patrol duty as the existing PCRs and highway patrol vehicles had become old. Speaking on the occasion, Sawant said that these 44 new vehicles of Goa police would strengthen the force for better patrolling and mobility.

PANAJI: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Wednesday flagged off 44 new Maruti Ertiga vehicles, inducted in the Goa Police department against the condemnation and modernisation scheme following sanction accorded by the government.

The new vehicles will be allotted for police control room duty and highway patrol duty as the existing PCRs and highway patrol vehicles had become old. Speaking on the occasion, Sawant said that these 44 new vehicles of Goa police would strengthen the force for better patrolling and mobility.

He said thet government will take all measures to upgrade the home department and provide all the required equipments to the Goa police department and the Goa fire and emergency services.

He also mentioned that the Chowgule industries Ltd had also always provided Maruti vehicles to the government at discounted price.DIG Rajesh Kumar thanked the chief minister for sanctioning the vehicles to the department despite the State was facing financial crunch.

Chief Secretary Parimal Rai, Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Rajesh Kumar, Chowgule Industries Ltd vice president Suresh Akela, Bharat Sampath, Anup Sinha and Tejeshree Pai were also present. Retro-reflective materials have been used for these vehicles so as increase vehicle visibility at night, it was informed.
 

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