Gurgaon: Daily hearings of public grievances, traffic management and cybercrime would be the focus areas of the city’s first woman police chief, Kala Ramachandran. The senior officer, who took charge on Tuesday, started her day by meeting her colleagues and was briefed about the law and order situation in the city.
Home minister Anil Vij had earlier directed all district police chiefs in the state to dedicate at least one hour from their working schedules to hearing the complaints of the people.
On Tuesday morning, Ramachandran met the DCPs and ACPs, reviewed the crime scenario in the city and sought suggestions on steps needed to make policing more effective.
The senior police officers informed her that vehicle thefts, burglary, cyber frauds and issues related to real estate developers were the primary causes for concern in the city.
Most gangs in the city have remained subdued for the past few years and Gurgaon has not witnessed any major incidents of gang war of late, the police chief was told. Dreaded gangsters, such as Kaushal, Sube and Binder Gujjar, are in jail and no new gang has emerged in the past two years, the senior officers told Ramachandran.
Although most gangs have been neutralised, vehicle thefts, however, remain an area of concern for the cops. Every day, some FIRs are registered in the city for theft of cars or other vehicles. There are multiple complaints of two-wheeler thefts as well.
Increasing cases of cyber frauds have also been bothering the cops in the city. Gangs from Nuh, Bharatpur and Jamtara in Jharkhand are mostly under the police scanner for cases of cybercrime.
“I have been meeting officials to review and analyse the crime scenario in Gurgaon. It will help us in effective policing,” said Ramachandran.


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