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Harcharan Singh Bhullar Assumes office as SSP Patiala

PUNJAB NEWS EXPRESS | October 14, 2021 08:20 PM

PATIALA:Senior IPS of 2007 batch, S. Harcharan Singh Bhullar took over as SSP Patiala, here, today.
Assuming his office, Mr Bhullar solicited the cooperation of the people of Patiala district for the prevention of drugs and crime including maintaining law and order.
Mr Harcharan Singh Bhullar said that drug de-addiction camps would be organised to save the youth who have fallen prey to the drugs and legal action would be taken against the drug smugglers by putting them behind bars.
He said that the as per the directions of Punjab Chief Minister S. Charanjit Singh Channi, intensive monitoring would be conducted by Patiala Police to curb the spread of crime and drugs.
Mr Bhullar further said that Patiala Police would act as friend to public as Police Personnel are also a part of the society. The police will always be at their service to make district crime and anti-social activities free. Apart from this, the doors of his office are also open to the general public and they can also come to him to get resolve their problems, he added. He said that co-operation of the people was essential to maintain law and order and maintain a crime free district so if any citizen has any information about any anti social element or drug smuggler then it must be shared with the police. It will be kept secret and the bad elements will be dealt with strictly.
Mr Harcharan Singh Bhullar, before joining Patiala office, has served as Joint Director, Vigilance Bureau, Punjab. Earlier, he has also served as SSP in Jagraon (Ludhiana Rural), Barnala, Sangrur, Fatehgarh Sahib, Khanna, Hoshiarpur, Gurdaspur and SAS Nagar Mohali.
The police officers who welcomed new SSP Mr Bhullar, included SP (H) Harkamal Kaur, SP (PBI), Kesar Singh, SP (Traffic & Security) Palwinder Singh Cheema. Meanwhile, Mr Bhullar met senior police officials of the district and closely reviewed the policing of the district. Earlier, a contingent of police given a guard of honor to the new SSP.

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