Bengaluru : Reviewing the progress of the home department, Karnataka CM B.S Yediyurappa the appreciated services and efforts given by the Police during COVID-19 crisis.
The CM instructed to strengthen the Cybercrime, economic offence and narcotics ( CEN ) police stations and also forensic laboratories would be strengthened to quick investigation of crimes.
More than 3000 home guards who are at the risk of losing their jobs are decided to continue their services in different departments. A proposal also been directed to provide home guard service to the private companies in the coming days. The officers informed that training has been initiated to 200 State Disaster Response (SDRF) staff to handle the monsoon situation. They will be deputed to 4 divisions shortly , he added.
The Chief Minister directed to submit a proposal about the development of infrastructure in all the departments which come under the ambit of the home department.
Basavaraj Bommai, Minister of Home, TM Vijaya Bhaskar, Chief Secretary to Government, Rajaneesh Goel , ACS, Home, Praveen Sood, DG and IGP of Karnataka and other senior officers were present.