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Nagpur CP Amitesh Kumar felicitates cops from Zone III police stations for good work done in 2021

To mark the 75 years of India’s Independence as part of Amrut Mahotsav and the foundation day of Maharashtra Police, Nagpur Commissioner of Police Amitesh Kumar on January 2 felicitated personnel from Zone III police stations for the good work done in 2021 at a function held at Kotwali Police Station. Apart from CP Amitesh Kumar, the function was attended by Joint CP Ashwini Dorje, Additonal CP Naveen Chandra Reddy (North), DCP (Traffic) Sarang Awad and Zone III DCP Gajanan Rajmane.

During the function, CP Amitesh Kumar not only felicitated cops but also sanitation workers who keep the police station premises clean in Zone III. Sanitation workers who were felicatated included: Gitabai Bagde, Seema Dolas, Dipawali bai, Sanjay Meshram, Ashok Bansod, Kachru Meshram, Rajesh Suryawanshi, Raju Bhajanlal, Laxman Sontakke, Sanjay Mahanto, Raju Nadhoriya and Yash Satpute.

As many as 75 cops from all police stations of Zone III were rewarded for their exemplary work in different departments of the police machinery. The function was hosted by Police Inspector (Crime) PT Akurke and votes of thanks was given by Senior Police Inspector Mukund Thakre.

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Nagpur records “zero murders” in a month for 1st time

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Nagpur city, which is often called the “crime capital” recorded zero murders in the month of February. This is the first time the city has recorded no murders in a month. Nagpur Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar informed about the same through a tweet.

The tweet read: Zero is supposed to be nothing, but works wonders if it is on the right side. The commissioner informed that Nagpur Police, with help of a host of crime prevention measures, is trying to wipe out the image of Nagpur being a ?crime capital.

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DCP Lohit Matani, wife Manjeet distribute blankets to homeless to mark New Year

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Zone I DCP Lohit Matani while giving a blanket to an old homeless woman

DCP Lohit Matani while giving a blanket to an old homeless woman

Nagpur Zone I DCP Lohit Matani along with his wife Manjeet Kaur Matani distributed blankets to the homeless on January 1 evening to mark the beginning of the new year. DCP Matani and his wife distributed the blankets to the needy outside Sai Baba temple on Wardha Road, Telankhedi temple near Futala and other places.

Manjeet Kaur Matani while giving a blanket to a homeless man

Manjeet Kaur Matani while giving a blanket to a homeless man

Speaking to Nation Next, DCP Matani said, “On new year’s eve, I and my team were on the road making sure that no crime takes place and people follow COVID protocols. Since there’s a sudden drop in temperature in the city, on January 1, I thought of meeting these people who are sleeping without blankets on roads in such cold.”

Zone I DCP Lohit Matani while interacting with a homeless man after giving him a blanket

Zone I DCP Lohit Matani while interacting with a homeless man after giving him a blanket

DCP Matani added, “I urge the citizens to come forward and help the needy and homeless. While we sleep in our homes safe and secure, there are some people who even lack basic amenities; they don’t even have blankets to protect them from the cold. We should all help such people.”

Nagpur Zone I DCP Lohit Matani along with wife Manjeet Kaur Matani at Sai Baba temple

Nagpur Zone I DCP Lohit Matani along with wife Manjeet Kaur Matani at Sai Baba temple

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Amid festivities, DCP Vinita S patrols markets educating Nagpurians on safety, COVID-19

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Nagpur city is set to celebrate Diwali-? the festival of lights with great zeal and enthusiasm.
Amid such festivities, Zone II DCP IPS Vinita S embarked on a special mission to educate masses on the threats of COVID-19, fire safety, maintaining law and order and avoiding theft in markets.
On November 2- Dhanteras, DCP Vinita S patrolled markets of Sadar, Ambazari, Sita Buldi and Gittikhadan with a team of police officers.
She made several announcements on public announcement systems to aware the masses on COVID-19, possible thefts in markets like chain, mobile snatching, pocket lifting and others.


DCP Vinita S candidly spoke to Nation Next about this initiative.
She said, Almost 70 citizens were fined in the city for not wearing masks and fluting COVID-19 norms. We suggest Nagurians to take utmost care during this festive season.
Talking about Supreme Courts latest guidelines, she said, We are making sure that SCs guidelines on bursting crackers from 8- 10 pm are properly implemented. We are also encouraging citizens to buy green crackers, which are eco-friendly.
She called on Nagpurians and suggested them to avoid taking elderly and kids below 10 years of age to markets for shopping.
We want to ensure that citizens celebrate Diwali in the safest way possible. Team of Nagpur Police is stationed 24*7 to take care of our beloved citizens, she added.
Vinita concluded her say by saying, On behalf of the team of Zone II, I wish everyone a very happy and safe Diwali. If any citizen needs any kind of assistance, they should contact us without any hesitation. We are always on duty to help fellow Nagpurians.

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