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Priority for friendly policing to ensure peace: Kakinada SP

Kakinada, June 18 (UNI) District superintendent of police S Sathish Kumar has advised the police personnel of all ranks to accord top priority to friendly policing so that a peaceful atmosphere can be ensured.
Reviewing the monthly crime rate at the meeting held here on Tuesday, Sathish has further advised them to conduct interaction meetings in the villages and solve the local problems amicably among themselves.
The SP made it clear that there should not be any law and order problem from anywhere and the post-election atmosphere should be without any problems.
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