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<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Bedi biography to tell tales of sabotaged police reforms

Why is she is seeking voluntary retirement 2 years before her term ends?

    * Kiran Bedi: Tough cop who ran into rough weather
    * India's iron lady decides to call it quits

New Delhi:<b> Promising to expose how police reform process is "sabotaged" by the establishment, the country's first woman IPS officer Kiran Bedi is now planning to revise her biography by adding a new chapter which depicts her last days in policing.</b>

The 58-year-old Magsaysay awardee, whose decades long association with police came to an end on a bitter note last week, will add a new chapter to "I Dare", a best-seller written by Parmesh Dangwal, on policing and state of police reforms in the country.

"Believe me, actually the police reform policies formulated by the Home Ministry are a part to sabotage it completely," an irate Bedi, whose voluntary retirement plea was accepted last week, claims. She claims that it was only during her stint as the Director General of Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), her last posting, that she understood the functioning and policy making of the Ministry of Home Affairs. "My biography will have another chapter soon. It would be an eyewitness account of the policy making process and its poor implementation in the police force," Bedi told PTI.

<b>Revising the book is a step towards achieving the goal of police reforms in the country, she said, adding she would now campaign for police reforms. "I sacrificed my job for the best and police reforms is my mission now," she said</b>.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

<!--QuoteBegin-LSrini+Dec 30 2007, 10:05 PM-->QUOTE(LSrini @ Dec 30 2007, 10:05 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->Bedi biography to tell tales of sabotaged police reforms

New Delhi:<b> Promising to expose how police reform process is "sabotaged" by the establishment, the country's first woman IPS officer Kiran Bedi is now planning to revise her biography by adding a new chapter which depicts her last days in policing.</b>

<b>Revising the book is a step towards achieving the goal of police reforms in the country, she said, adding she would now campaign for police reforms. "I sacrificed my job for the best and police reforms is my mission now," she said</b>.[right][snapback]76626[/snapback][/right]
I hope that after she publishes her book there will be more public awareness about the need of police reforms which inlcude-
1) A seperate dedicated intelligence wing at the state level,
2) Seperation of investigation and prosecution work,
3) The specialized equipment and training that policemen require are provided to them.
4) More than 1000 policemen die every year in India while discharging their duty. The welfare of their immediate dependants should be addressed.
5) The appointment to high posts in the police should be freed of political interference. This is one of the causes for Bedi being denied a promotion.
POLICE not taking your complaint / not acting responsibly : Lodge your complaint through this web-site, chaired by ex-IPS Ms. Kiran Bedi.

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Zee News exposé: IPS officer traps ‘innocent’ to win laurels  </b>
Zeenews Bureau
Lucknow, Jan 29: The reports of flesh trade and murder emanating from a government girls’ home in Varanasi in the year 2000 have turned out to be inaccurate and the handiwork of an IPS officer hungry for laurels.

A Zee News investigation has revealed the murky details of a plot that inflamed the temple town in outrage.

It all happened in the year 2000. Five girls living in a government protection home were reported to have been murdered. Two more girls of the home reported rape, resulting in the arrest of 14 people and the main accused- the superintendent of the home. There were allegations that the home had become a hot spot of flesh trade in Varanasi.

However, the truth has now been revealed by the CBI. A copy of the report submitted by the agency is with Zee News and it is a file of shock and awe: the girls reported murdered are alive, the ‘victim’ of rape has turned out to be a celibate.

Zee News carried out a<b> sting operation on one of the complainant girls, who spilled the beans about an IPS, who instigated them to concoct their sordid tales. The toll- 14 innocent people tortured. And an officer feted.  </b>
Not surprised, infact this is very common.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Not enough cops to fight crime, terror </b>
Rakesh K Singh | New Delhi 
Spokesmen of the UPA Government at the Centre keep on warning about heightened security threats to India -- from within as well as outside. "But little is being done to bring Indian police forces up to their sanctioned strength," say security experts.

The situation is pathetic in most of the major States, where incidence of crime and terrorist violence are rising alarmingly. The strength of police there is below the average national police population ratio of 1: 699 --itself far short of the UN-recommended ratio of 1:450.

For instance, Bihar has one policeman for a population of 1,262, followed by 1,089 in Uttar Pradesh, 1,027 in West Bengal, 892 in Madhya Pradesh and 869 in Rajasthan.

Home Ministry figures say there are only 12,702 police stations for a population of over 100 crore people -- working out to one police station for every 86,000 citizens on an average.

"There is an urgent need to increase the number of policemen and police stations as development is possible only in a secure environment," admits an official of the Union Home Ministry.

"It needs to be noted that Punjab could contain terrorism at its peak only after the police realised its responsibility and became fully active. Likewise, significant improvement on the security front was evident in Jammu & Kashmir only after it continuously increased its anti-terror operations,'' says a Union Home Ministry report on internal security backing the Centre's plea to the States for augmenting police infrastructure.

The capacity of the States in terms of police infrastructure is directly reflected on the prevalence of security threats from terrorism in the hinterlands and Maoist violence in vast swathes of Indian mainland. Emerging challenges of extremism and terrorism pose an added threat to maintaining law and order, says the report.

Despite this, 10 to 25 per cent sanctioned posts of constables, sub-inspectors and deputy superintendents of police remain unfulfilled.

Ironically, the growth in expenditure on police forces does not even keep pace with growing population and spiralling crime rates. Between 2003-04 and 2005-06 it went up from Rs 18,044.22 crore to Rs Rs 21,070.60 crore only.

In recent times, the States have not only exhibited an increasing dependence on Central security forces for militant/extremist activities but also for law and order duties. This has resulted in a situation whereby the Central security forces are deployed for a period of one year at a stretch and the same is adversely affecting the training requirements and rest and recreation needs of the paramilitary forces.

The situation has also resulted in increased stress levels amongst the jawans despite maximum expansion of the Central paramilitary forces during the last decade, according to the report.

Apart from increasing the number of the police personnel, capacity building and improvement in quality is equally important and resources will have to be mobilised for the purpose.

<b>The Union Home Ministry has been spending Rs 1,000 crore annually for the last few years under the police modernisation schemes in the States. However, a fund of Rs 150 crore still remains unutilised for the current fiscal.</b>

Notwithstanding the Centrally-sponsored security-related expenditure and police modernisation schemes, States have not paid the desired attention to capacity building and strengthening of the police forces, says the report.

Counter terrorism expert Ajay Sahni said, "The Centre needs to do more by way of underwriting expenses incurred by the State Governments on developing police infrastructure in view of the bad financial shape of many of them. The Centre should bear the cost of maintaining the India Reserve battalions."

The UN recommendations are for peacetime policing and the requirement of the numbers of the police is much more for the Maoist and insurgency-affected States, said Sahni adding that the vacancies need to be expeditiously filled up.

Police Population Ratio
<b>UN recommended -- 1: 450
India -- 1: 699
Bihar:-- 1: 1262
Uttar Pradesh -- 1: 1089
West Bengal -- 1: 1037
Orissa -- 1: 987
Madhya Pradesh -- 1: 892
Andhra Pradesh -- 1: 879
Rajasthan -- 1: 869
Gujarat -- 1: 852 </b><!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<b>5-yr-old tortured by kidnappers, rescued by Bangalore police</b>
Feb 16, 2008

Bangalore : Five-year-old Chandan who was kidnapped by Sanjay on February 11, endured torture, isolation and fear before the Bangalore police eventually rescued him on Thursday, ending his nightmarish ordeal.

Kidnapped on February 11, five-year-old Chandan endured torture, isolation and fear before the Bangalore police eventually rescued him on Thursday, ending his nightmarish ordeal.

The alleged abductor, Sanjay, who had demanded a ransom of Rs 25,000 to release the boy, was arrested, and charged with kidnap and extortion.

Chandan, son of Siddoji Rao alias Eshwar Rao, a resident of Mathikere, had gone missing on Monday. A special team headed by DCP North Syed Ulfath Hussain arrested Sanjay, a tenant of Siddoji Rao in connection with the kidnap. He confessed that he had hid Chandan at the house of a coolie, Devendra, in Dr Ambedkar Colony.

Devendra, however, was in search of Chandan’s parents to restore the boy to them. The boy was rescued from his house.

Chandan bore burns on his palms. The accused is said to have snubbed cigarette butts on Chandan’s palms.

Sanjay, a native of Kolkata and a painter, had moved into Siddoji Rao’s house four months ago along with his wife.

Police said that on February 11, the accused kidnapped Chandan and called Siddoji Rao’s brother Bhim Rao from a PCO booth demanding a ransom. Unable to arrange the money, the victim’s father finally approached the police on Wednesday. A police team took Siddoji Rao and his brother in disguise, to track down the kidnapper.

Meanwhile, the kidnapper continued to make calls from different PCO booths in Indiranagar, Old Tippasandra and Kasturinagar. Around 9 pm on Thursday, Sanjay made a call from a PCO in Chinasandra saying it would be his last warning. But the police who were tracking him, were at the doorstep of the booth. They nabbed Sanjay after a chase. The police are on the lookout for Sanjay’s wife who too is involved.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Corrupt police </b>
The Pioneer Edit Desk
Make them taste life behind bars

The police in India are either held in contempt or in fear; very few people, if any at all, respect men (or women, for that matter) and officers in police uniform. The reason for this is not far to seek. Many in the affluent section of our society believe that they can break the law of the land and get away without being brought to book by bribing the police. The poor and the wretched, who struggle to keep body and soul together, are often harassed and hounded by the police in the hope of fleecing them. The police, of course, will insist that despite the presence of some black sheep, the force remains committed to enforcing the law and fighting crime. There is some truth in this claim, but it does not detract from the popular perception of the police which is anything but flattering. <b>And, this perception is strengthened every time police personnel are caught accepting bribes, as they were last week in Delhi. It now transpires that the accused in the horrific kidney transplant racket managed to evade arrest -- and thus prevent their grossly unethical trade in human organs from being exposed -- in early January by bribing personnel of Delhi Police, including an Assistant Sub-Inspector. Their silence was purchased for Rs 20 lakh.</b> True, those accused of accepting this tainted money are not senior officials, but bribes do tend to travel up the hierarchy; only the naïve would argue otherwise, just as it would be silly to pretend that there is no nexus between venal politicians and corrupt police personnel -- they seek and secure sustenance and protection from each other. Criminals are the third component of this axis of evil. For evidence, look at the foul role of a former Mumbai Police Commissioner in the fake stamp paper scam; in Nithari, innocent children would not have been sexually abused and then slaughtered by a businessman and his domestic help if the local police had not chosen to turn a blind eye to this ghastly crime because their palms had been greased. There are innumerable such examples that cannot but weaken faith in the integrity of the police.

Which does not necessarily mean that every officer or every constable is willing to compromise his or her integrity by accepting bribes or looking for sugar daddies in the political establishment. But their honesty and integrity are frowned upon and they find themselves either shunted to insignificant posts where they cannot do any 'harm', or are forced to cool their heels at headquarters, pushing files and penning notes that nobody will read. But it would be wrong to despair or embrace cynicism. The vast majority of India still comprises law-abiding citizens who are appalled by corruption in Government. The tragedy is that this majority chooses silence over protest, thus allowing the morally corrupt minority to flourish. The situation can still be retrieved if we the people were to stand up and insist on accountability by making our politicians, bureaucrats and police responsible for their deeds. The story about the corrupt Delhi Police personnel will disappear from newspapers and news channels after some days. But the people must pursue the case to its logical conclusion -- these policemen must be convicted and punished for their crime. And this must happen without any delay. Once those who abuse their power (and this includes politicians, bureaucrats, police personnel and petty officials) begin to get a taste of life behind bars, the bar of probity in public life will be automatically raised.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Low Police-Population Ratio</b>

March 05, 2008

As per data compiled by Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D) the number of Police personnel per one lakh of population in India as on 1.1.2006, is 1:142.69. (142.69 Police Personnel for every 1 lakh population)

No information as to the police and population ratio of other countries is being compiled by BPR&D.

However, as per the report prepared by UN Division for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs available on the web site of United Nations released on 31st March, 2005, such ratio in some of the countries are like, Italy (559.0), Mexico (491.8), Saudi Arabia (386.5) and Belgium (357.5) which have much higher Police-Population ratio than India (136.4) during the year 2002 for every 1,00,000 (one hundred thousands) population.

As per the VII Schedule to the Constitution of India ‘Police’ and ‘law and order’ are State subjects. Therefore, the primary responsibility to decide about the composition of their police forces, as also modernizing and equipping them adequately, to face the challenges to internal security, is on the State Govts.

However, the Central Government has been advising all the State Governments to fill up the existing vacancies of police personnel and outsource some of the non-core police duties which will also save manpower and promote police-community partnership.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Deccan Chronicle, 3 july 2008
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->UP tops killings, AP next

New Delhi, July 2: The UP Chief Minister, Ms Mayawati’s claim of good governance remains extremely questionable, with Uttar Pradesh recording the highest number of deaths in police encounters between June 1, 2007 and June, 30 2008.  <b>Police encounters saw the death of 37 people in this state. Andhra Pradesh came next with six deaths, according to latest figures released by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC). </b>UP also registered the highest number of custodial deaths with 155 deaths in jail and another 16 in police custody.

UP also had the dubious distinction of registering the highest number of rapes. It had 82 rapes recorded with the NHRC while Delhi had 10 rapes, Bihar eight and Tamil Nadu six. <b>Bihar had 102 custodial deaths in jail, Andhra Pradesh 61, Tamil Nadu 59, Madhya Pradesh 59, Delhi 17 while J&K had only two deaths. </b> Andhra had six deaths in police custody, the National Capital Region five, Bihar three, MP four while Tamil Nadu had three.<b> But J&K did not have a single death in this category.</b>

<b>Deaths by police firing have also gone down, with Tamil Nadu registering four deaths, Bihar two and Andhra two.</b> MP and Delhi did not register a single death in these categories.  Former UP chief minister Mulayam Singh Yadav has publicly questioned the "encounter record" of the state government and has warned against launching a public agitation against Ms Mayawati.

<b>But NHRC records on fake encounter cases</b> disposed of during 2004-2005 show that the SP-ruled UP had 54 cases while Gujarat had one fake encounter case. Congress-ruled AP had five and Haryana four. In Gujarat, only five encounter cases were pending, in AP 21, Maharashtra 29, UP 175, while the NCR had 18.  The number of cases registered with the NHRC for J&K in 2006-7 in all categories were 94. In all, the NHRC has registered 2,895 cases in J&K during the last decade.

Commenting on these declining numbers, <b>activists pointed out that the NHRC cannot independently investigate violations by the armed forces under Section 19 of the Human Rights Protection Act.</b>  <!--emo&Sad--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/sad.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='sad.gif' /><!--endemo-->(  It can only seek a report from the Central government and make recommendations. Since such reports are sought from the very agency that is accused of the violations, they rarely uncover abuses.  <b>According to sources in the NHRC, this causes serious problems of determining accountability for human rights abuses by the police and troops in areas of armed conflict.</b>


A good report is being subject to whining by NHRC itself. Should be ashamed of themselves.

I couldnt find the Police thread!
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>IG urges DGP to get bulletproof jackets tested, if required</b>
Prithviraj Singh | Dehradun
<b>Inspector General of police, Garhwal Range, Ashok Kumar has requested the State Director General of police and other senior police officers to put the bullet proof jackets under test if there is any need. Kumar has accepted the alleged Jacket issue was raised with malafied intention.</b>

<b>“No laboratory test of jackets was conducted any where whether in police range or at defence range at any point of time. Had that been the case and if jackets would have failed the test we would have definitely gone back to the Defence Research and Development Organisation, DRDO, the supplying agency</b>,” said Kumar.

Interestingly, nearly 100 bullet proof jackets were purchased by the State Police when Kumar was heading modernisation section of the department at police headquarter.

<b>“Moreover these jackets are purchased only after due test conducted by the DRDO, an ace agency on defence products in itself,” </b>added Kumar informing that he had communicated to the DGP Subhash Joshi and other senior officers to test the toughness of jackets if need be.

IG Garhwal emphasised that news regarding jacket put under test secretly by the department was false and only a rumour. <b>“Why would police administration go against its own staff members if report regarding jackets’ test failure was true”</b> said Kumar. He accepted that “<b>there may be technological gap between present upgraded jackets produced by the DRDO and those available with the state police but later’s utility value cannot be ruled out”. </b>According to IG Garhwal jackets available with the department weighs around 6-6.5 kilograms but currently DRDO is producing light weight jackets.

“This way there may be technological gaps between two generations of the jackets but lot available with us was of equal importance” said Kumar. According to the Police headquarter sources 100 bullet proof jackets were procured from DRDO in 2005-06. However only 15-17 pieces are present in Dehradun while rests have been distributed to other districts.

A senior officer from police headquarter refused to comment over the controversial jackets issue and <b>stressed that no test was conducted in the recent past</b>. The jackets in the department have came in the thick of controversy following allegations that one of the jackets was penetrated when fired upon with a<b> .99 bullet during a secret test fire </b>conducted by the police department.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
They should hang these babus who are doing procurement of jackets, one or two example will fix some percentage of Babu corruption in Indian Government.
The unfortunate truth is that, Indian police are worse than terrorists. This is not only based on their harsh treatment of the Sadhvi and the others, but many, many ordinary people have also suffered in their hands. I know many cases myself. This is exactly why anti-Hindus point to these cops, and say Hindus are also terrorists, thus equating hindu=muslim. Not saying it's correct, but these cops are giving anti-Hindus a very good chance. So what does it all say? That Hindus are also capable of terrorism, just like Muslims, the diff. being, muslims do it in the name of god, whereas Hindus do it for different reasons.
<!--QuoteBegin-barat+Dec 9 2008, 12:14 AM-->QUOTE(barat @ Dec 9 2008, 12:14 AM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->That Hindus are also capable of terrorism, just like Muslims, the diff. being, muslims do it in the name of god, whereas Hindus do it for different reasons.[right][snapback]91576[/snapback][/right]<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Of course. Look at all those naxalites, for example.

<!--emo&:argue--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/argue.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='argue.gif' /><!--endemo--> Well, Hindus are trying to beat them in their own game!
What say IF?
UP cops to learn in London
25 Jan 2009, 0223 hrs IST, Pervej Iqbal Siddiqui, TNN
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LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Police (UPP), the largest police force in the world would soon have another feather in its cap. A batch of 50
provincial police services (PPS) officers of the state are set to leave for a 17-day customised crash course in crisis management, inter-personal relations at the Royal Imperial Police Academy (RIPA), Central London. This PPS batch would be the first ever in India to undergo any such training abroad.

<b>Anti-narcotics police officer turns drug peddler </b>
The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has ripped the lid off a major drug racket, by arresting a Jammu and Kashmir-cadre IPS officer from a suburban hotel with 12 kgs of heroin worth Rs 12 crore in the international market.

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Shajji Mohan (41), deputy director of the Enforcement Directorate, Kochi, was arrested by the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorist Squad on Sunday for possessing 12.8 kg of heroin, worth more than Rs 12 crore</b>.

<b>Mohan, who earlier held a senior post with the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in Chandigarh, is </b>suspected to have removed portions of the drug that was seized through routine NCB checks.

Mohan’s involvement in an inter-state drug cartel had surfaced after the arrest of Rakesh Khatariya (36), a former constable with Haryana police, who had come to Mumbai to sell 1.5 kg of brown sugar.
<b>Assam cops have AK-47s to fight, but no bullets: CAG</b>
8 Mar 2009, 2040 hrs IST, TNN
GUWAHATI: At least 2,000 Assam Police personnel, who were engaged in fighting militancy, carried their AK-47s without ammunition for nearly two years. The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) in its 2007-08 report revealed the Assam Police did not receive the ammunition till March last year.

[url="http://news.rediff.com/report/2009/dec/31/ruchika-family-files-fresh-complaint.htm"]Ruchika case[/url]

[url="http://news.rediff.com/report/2010/jan/08/mumbai-top-cop-held-for-fake-encounter.htm"]Mumbai: Top cop held for 'fake' encounter[/url]

Too bad for secularists that the CM of Mumbai wasn't Modi, else they'd have been milking this issue to the last drop. Remember how they behaved during Gujarat cop encounter case (Vanzara?)
<img src='http://www.india-forum.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/angry.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':angry:' /> तिरुनलवली।। घटना चौंकाने वाली है। गुरुवार को तमिलनाडु के तिरुनलवली जिले के अलवरकुरिची में दो मंत्रियों की आंखों के सामने कुछ हमलावरों

ने बेरहमी से एक पुलिस सब-इंस्पेक्टर को मार डाला। हैरानी की बात यह है कि दोनों मंत्री- पनीरसेल्वम और पनीरसेल्वम तमाशबीन बने रहे और सब-इंस्पेक्टर को बचाने के लिए आगे नहीं आए।

बदमाशों ने सब-इंस्पेक्टर पर बम से हमला किया और उसकी एक टांग भी काट दी।


Quote:[b]2,000 Delhi Police personnel have doubtful integrity


PTI | New Delhi

Close to 2,000 Delhi Police personnel of doubtful integrity were put in confidential lists by the force in the last three years and they were not given any sensitive assignments.

A total of 1,983 personnel were put in two lists in the period from 2006 to 2009 -- 793 in the Secret List of (personnel with) Doubtful Integrity and 1,190 in the Agreed List of (personnel with) Doubtful Integrity.

Year 2007 had the largest list with 819 personnel, followed by 2009 with 733 and 2008 with 431 personnel, a senior police official said. The lists were prepared by the Vigilance Branch.

The Secret List had a total of 793 personnel -- 390 (2007), 160 (2008) and 243 (2009) -- while Agreed List has 1,190 personnel -- 429, 271 and 490 for the last three years, the official said.

Some of them were, however, later removed after probes. The Vigilance had last year cleared the names of 363 personnel from its Secret List and 384 from the Agreed List, after investigations.[/b]

"There are some black sheep in the department. We don't say that all policemen are honest. So we keep a record of those with doubtful integrity and keep a close watch on their activities," the official said.

Those in the Secret List are not given any sensitive assignment and their promotions are withheld while those in Agreed List are given notice and on watch, the official said.

According to the statistics provided by Vigilance Branch, police had "punished" 1,429 personnel last year for misconduct and other reasons.

While a total of 56 personnel, including 44 constables, were terminated from service, 197 had to face forfeiture of service.

One Assistant Commissioner got a "displeasure" note while 1,119 personnel, including 140 Inspectors, were censured, the official said.

Increments of 54 personnel were withheld while one Constable's salary was reduced. A Sub-Inspector lost his rank and was demoted.

Out of the 1,429 personnel who were punished, the official said 484 were constables and 349 were Head Constables.

Assistant Sub-Inspectors accounted for 239 while 203 Sub-Inspectors figured in the list which also included 144 Inspectors, the official said.

The Vigilance also conducted 466 surprise checks in police stations and police posts across the capital and action against 63 personnel has been proposed, the official said.
It is very simple, the Goras who ruled us made the laws in such a way that the police protect them and keep the Indians as slaves.Now the brown sahibs primarily the INC continues with 200 years rules so that they are always protected and the citizens who think they are living in a free country are actually slaves living under the barbaric hands of the police as they were doing before Independence. Hence with the Italian mafioso/lalloo/rabri/mayawati/communists there is no chance in hell of any police reforms for the aam aadmi in india and I am not talking about metropolitan cities like delhi,Mumbai, bangalore etc. but whole of India.

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