Indore: The police commissioner system has come into force in Indore and Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh from today. Let me tell all of you that the notification for implementation of this pranali has been issued last Thursday and has now come into force from today. Yesterday, Home Minister Narottam Mishra held a press conference and said, "ADG level officers will be able to become police personnel in Indore and Bhopal. Further, the Home Minister had said, "38 police stations in Bhopal and 36 police stations in Indore will come under the police commissioner system. '
Let me tell all of you that the information received from the Home Department has revealed that after the implementation of the Police Commissioner system, there will be one Police Commissioner, 2 Additional Commissioners of Police, 8 Deputy Commissioners of Police in Bhopal and Indore. With this, Bhopal will have 10 Additional Deputy Commissioners of Police and 33 Assistant Commissioners of Police. InDore will have 12 Additional Deputy Commissioners of Police and 30 Assistant Commissioners of Police. At the same time, bhopal and Indore will have one Superintendent of Police (Gramin) each.
Moreover, let us also tell you that recently, the Chief Minister of the State Shivraj Singh Chouhan had said, "The population of Bhopal and Indore is growing rapidly. The borders are also expanding. In view of this, the decision has been taken with the objective of strengthening law and order. Yes, just recently, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan had said, "The law and order situation in the state is better. The police are doing a good job, but the urban population is growing rapidly. Geographically also, metros are expanding. The population is also continuously increasing. This has posed new challenges to law and order, which are being tackled by the Commissioner's System. '