Official Files Burned Behind SSP Office Greater Noida, Before the Arrival of District’s First Police Commissioner
A heap of burnt files was recovered behind the premises of the office of Senior Superintendent of Police, Greater Noida. These files were burnt before ADG Alok Singh assumed office as the first Police Commissioner of the Gautam Buddha Nagar. The burnt papers have Gangster Goonda Act and other information related to cases in the police station of the area.
The Superintendent of Police has denied such reports and stated it was the garbage burnt by the canteen staff. But the burnt paper showcasing the Goonda Act and other official terms contradicts with SP’s statement. The burnt files have raised suspicion on the intent of the Police Department, as this step has been taken just a day before the arrival of Alok Singh as the Commissioner of Police.
The proposal to implement the Police Commissioner System in the Gautam Buddha Nagar was approved by the Uttar Pradesh Cabinet on Monday. A Woman officer of SP ranks has been also appointed to curb crimes against women in the district. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath asserted that the appointment of Police commissioners is a strong step towards police reforms, and improving the law and order system in the region.