Nagpur: Police in Naxal-hit Gadchiroli have taken the anti-copying drive a notch higher for the ongoing HSC board exams. And the Gadchiroli police, under Superintendent of Police (SP) Neelotpal, has started full-fledged Short Range Patrolling (SRP).
As in the anti-Maoist operations, to ensure that the police reach the examination centers located in remote and highly sensitive corners, and is also widely known as a stronghold of the Maoists So that strict surveillance can be kept and anyone in the vicinity can be detained for copying or instigating.
In anti-copying campaigns, the priority is given to the police. Who is being escorted by C-60 commandos? And at the same time, the number of C-60 commandos equipped with very heavy weapons is more in anti-Naxal operations.
Neelotpal, who visited two examination centers near Gadchiroli on February 21, has just said that he has decided to intensify anti-copying campaigns. “A government circular has directed police unit commanders to take strict action against copycats. I have always taken strict action against cheating since my initial days in the department.” They said.
SRP campaign has been started for examination centers located
Neelotpal during his visit also issued instructions to the examination center heads against any kind of unethical and unfair means. “On the first day, we detained five people who were roaming near the examination centres. We are actively monitoring the centers throughout the day, But there will be extra vigilance for the question papers of Mathematics, Science, and English.” They said.
The SP has also said that he had instructed the SDPO to visit the examination centers and LCB was also activated to catch those who cheat or try to cheat at the examination centers.
SRP campaign has been started for examination centers located in sensitive Maoist areas like Kurkheda, Ghot, Azmirah, Bhamragarh, Bamni, Kadholi, Sironcha, Neelotpal said adding that no case of copying has been registered in the district so far this time.
Neelotpal has also said on this that he had also sent flying squads on bikes to various centers around police posts.