Crucial Information on Injection Psycho
Breaking silence on the ‘injection psycho’ issue, Director General of Police JV Ramudu said the police have secured crucial information on the incidents and the perpetrators.
The DGP, who was in the district on Sunday for participating in various developmental programmes, told mediapersons here on Sunday that there was no possibility of the psychopath injecting dangerous substance into human body through needles and said it was proved that only water was found in the needles.
He said, “The department is keen on unravelling the issue through its recently-formed teams numbering around 50 to nab the culprits. He urged the media not to magnify the issue as it would result in frightening the general public.
Technology to Help Prevent Crime Commenting on the efforts to curb red sanders smuggling, he said 90 per cent of the smugglers were staying behind the bars while some notorious ones fled the country. He said the department is keen on utilising technology for prevention of crimes, on the lines of Thailand, Japan, China.
As part of the programme, the department is setting up i-click centres at several places in the state so the petitioners can lodge complaints at them without going to a police station. He said the department is prepared to seek help from industrialists under Corporate Social Responsibility initiative. Responding to a question, he said vigilance needs to be intensified across the coastal belt. For the purpose there would be deployment of full-fledged staff in the 15 coastal police stations of the state.
Earlier DGP inaugurated i-click centre at Tada and inspected the check post newly established by the Tamil Nadu government at Ellavuru across the border between Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.
On the occasion, he laid the foundation stone for the construction of a new District Police Office (DPO) at Nellore city. Guntur range IG Sanjay, Nellore SP Gajarao Bhupal and others were present.