PUNE: The metropolis police’s patrolling prowess got a primary improvement on Friday, with one hundred new motorcycles joining the fleet. These motorcycles could be given 10 beat marshals in over a hundred police show keys for patrol functions. Each bike is equipped with a siren, a public statement (PA) machine, flash lighting, and two helmets. This was an initiative under Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt Ltd organization’s corporate social responsibility. The organization may even undergo the registration costs of this corporation and additionally foot the invoice of five daycare centers being run for girls constables’
Pune police commissioner K Venkatesham stated the brand new motorcycles will beautify the city police’s mobility. “With this, our duty of responding to crime has additionally increased,” Venkatesham said. “We expect to get more motorcycles through the smart city challenge,” he brought. Till now, the police had 350 normally old motorcycles. “We can react quickly with the brand new motorcycles,” the extra commissioner of police Ravindra Sengaonkar stated.
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Pimpri Chinchwad: Minister of the nation for water assets Vijay Shivtare on Friday rolled out the poll campaign for Shiv Sena’s Maval MP Shrirang Barne in Maval is looking for reelection.
He informed the gang now not to vote for the NCP. He called former deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar “Baramati’s General Dyer” and said the electorate should no longer vote for his son Parth Pawar.
“Do no longer give an unmarried vote to the NCP from Maval. This may be an actual tribute to the farmers who died in Maval police firing,” he said.
Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation had begun beneath Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission in 2010. The work of laying a water pipeline from the Pavana dam to Nigdi that passes through Maval taluka, however, was antagonistic with the aid of the farmers.
Three persons have been killed inside the police firing on the farmers on August nine, 2011, while Pawar changed into the deputy chief minister. Maval farmers blame him for the police firing incident.
Shivtare turned into relating to the British officer who had ordered hearth on Indians at Jalianwallabauh in Amritsar in 1919.
“We elected Ajit Pawar from Baramati constituency in 1991. Maval should now not repeat this error. Maharashtra will not forgive us for electing the ‘spire of corruption. Residents of Maval need to no longer opt for their son and repeat the mistake.” Neelam Gorhe, deputy chief of the Shiv Sena, stated, “ The humans of Maval cannot be fooled. Ajit Pawar turned into defeat in Pimpri Chinchwad. Now, Maval will defeat his son.” Barne expressed complete confidence in getting re-elected. He stated the Shiv Sena-BJP alliance dominated the Maval constituency.