Guwahati: The second conference of the Superintendents of each district has been scheduled to be held at Duliajan on January 3 and 4.
A two-day conference of the Superintendents of Police of the State is to be held at the oil town Duliajan from January 3, 2022. Power and Sports Minister, Bimal Bora disclosed this to the media persons at a press meet held at the Deputy commissioner’s conference on Tuesday.
Power and Sports Minister Bora further stated that Chief Minister has taken up several steps to rejuvenate the sagging image of civil and police administration and had started Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of Police conferences in different places of the State to invigorate both the administrations so that general people could get all forms of help from the law enforcing authorities.
“Such conference of SPs would encourage and inspire over 70 thousand police personnel of the State to work for protecting the life and properties of 3 crores 30 lakh peoples of the State, Bora stated.
Assam’s Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma will attend the conference.
The conference will also be attended by 126 top Police officers of the state.
It needs mention here that the first ever Assam Police SPs Conference was held in Kaziranga in June.
The conference, which was attended by Superintendents of Police (SPs) of all the 33 districts of Assam, was chaired by Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma.
Apart from the SPs, other top ranking Assam Police officials including DGP Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta and Additional DGP Harmeet Singh.
The conference discussed the present law and order situation in all the districts of the State.