Attempt to change the image of police in Naxal areas, Police station in-charge distributed toffee, sang a song for the villagers, played Mandar and created awareness about the elections

Palamu: There was a police station in-charge in Palamu who when he went among the villagers, he became one among them. Beaten on Mandar along with the villagers. Distributed chocolates among the children and also informed the villagers about the upcoming elections. Preparations for Lok Sabha elections are in full swing across the country.

In Jharkhand, special efforts are being made for voter awareness in Naxal affected areas. Palamu – On the instructions of Superintendent of Police Rishma Rameshan, the district police is engaged in election preparations for the Lok Sabha elections 2024. Along with ensuring the security of the booths, voters are also being made aware about voting. In this sequence, on Thursday, police station in-charge Nirmal Oraon visited the highly Naxal affected areas of Surguja Semraha and Bahera Tand Tola of Manatu police station area.

Nirmal Oraon is the police station in-charge in Manatu of Palamu, he goes out in the area to create awareness for booth verification and voting, sometimes he starts teaching school children and sometimes he plays the mandar and sings folk songs with the villagers. The station in-charge inspected the booths in all the villages and took stock of the basic facilities besides security. The station in-charge talked to the local villagers and gathered information about the area. 

While assuring the people of their safety, the police also assured them of all possible help in case of trouble. Police talked about not doing farming like poppy, opium etc. and the losses due to it. People were also told about the adverse effects of such farming on the environment. 

The police station in-charge also assured the villagers that Palamu Police is trying to ensure that the upcoming Lok Sabha elections 2024 take place in a fear-free environment. The police also appealed to the people to vote in large numbers during the elections. 

The in-charge emphasized on developing a spirit of mutual cooperation between the police and the general public while promoting community policing. Along with this, he also sang folk songs along with the villagers and distributed biscuits and toffee among the village children. Motivated children to go to school and encouraged them to have positive thinking towards the police.

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