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Most on poll duty, Dankaur cops ask Jaypee to pitch in

NOIDA: Faced with serious personnel crunch, the biggest police station in Gautam Budh Nagar district at Dankaur has requested Jaypee Infratech Limited, the concessionaire of Yamuna Expressway, to reinforce patrolling in the house.
While the Dankaur police station has an inspector, 17 sub-inspectors and 31 constables, handiest 10% of the personnel is to be had this present day for deployment. Others were roped in for election responsibility.

Cops have said that they will not be capable of deploy drive for patrolling on the Yamuna Expressway, a part of which falls in no less than four other police stations — Dankaur, Rabupura, Greater Noida and Jewar.

Dankaur SHO Samresh Singh instructed NewsTread that most of the personnel from the police station has left the district for election responsibility in Mathura.

“Most have left for election responsibility in the neighbouring district and we're left with handiest 10 according to cent of the personnel here. Since we will not be capable of ensure patrolling in Yamuna Expressway, Jaypee, concessionaire in charge of dealing with operations, has been requested to reinforce patrolling via the personal safety guards they have got deployed,” Singh said.

He added that in the absence of police officers, Jaypee’s guards, who're already all for patrolling, may increase the rounds and lend a hand take a look at theft of lights, grills and other belongings on the parkway.

“They have a police publish from the place they're already having a look into patrolling. They have round 1,500 private safety guards who now need to reinforce patrolling,” Singh said.

An audit crew from IIT Delhi, which carried out a kilometre-by-kilometer-wise audit of Yamuna Expressway, had given suggestions following which the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) decided to reinforce patrolling, a Jaypee spokesperson instructed TOI.

Jaypee Infratech spokesperson Ajit Kumar instructed NewsTread that the concessionaire is following numerous tips given via the audit crew.

“Various speed-monitoring cameras were deployed via us and we will be sending a report back to the police concerning the challans. The IIT audit crew had suggested that patrolling be enhanced and we will follow that,” he said.

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