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Cops will receive remote handcuffs, chain analysis reactor: CM

Cops will receive remote handcuffs, chain analysis reactor: CM

There are no communal or religious clashes and no incidents of shooting in the state, said Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin while replying to demand for grants of the home department on Friday.
The demand for grants of the home department has been taking place in the assembly since Thursday. The Chief Minister explained about the steps taken in Arudhra scam, Vengaivayal case and ASP Balveer Singh custodial torture case.
While replying to the demand for grants, Stalin said, “Even though the state was reeling under financial crisis when we assumed charge, we implemented several public welfare schemes. About 1 crore women family heads would get a monthly honorarium of Rs 1,000 each. Public has decided to stand by the DMK government since our schemes have started to pave results. Nobody can change it. We have not just won the election but also the hearts of the public. It is not Stalin’s government or the DMK government. It is the government of a race which includes over eight crore people. It is the Dravidian model government. We have put the public welfare and our ideology before everything.”
“There is no caste or religious clashes, no communal violences, no riots and no firing. This is why industries are coming forward to make investments in the state. Certain people had tried to spread rumors by claiming that migrant workers were attacked in the state. I immediately chaired a meeting with police officials and directed them to take immediate actions. I also spoke with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and assured him of the safety of his people,” he said.
“Who ordered firing during Sterlite protests? Why is the opposition leader refusing to answer the question? He neither answered the question when he was the Chief Minister nor now,” he added.
The Chief Minister also made announcements under rule 110 of the assembly. Some of them are
1.      Establishment of new taluk police stations at five places including Melmalaiyanur in Villupuram district.
2.      New buildings for police stations in regions like Perumbakkam and Otteri that fall under the limits of Tambaram.
3.       Women police hostel would be set up at Chintadripet in Chennai.
4.      The educational assistance for the children of policemen was raised to Rs 30,000.
5.      About 3,000 CCTV cameras will be installed in Chennai.
6.      A laboratory at the cost of Rs 10.15 crore will be set up at the forensic laboratory in Tirunelveli.
7.      25 remote handcuffs will be distributed to the policemen.
8.      Fire service stations will be set up at four districts including Tirunelveli, Trichy and Kancheepuram.
9.      Chainanalysis reactors will be given to policemen to investigate crypto currency scams.
10.   Allowance for police personnel will be increased to Rs 4,500.