Assam's new police stations under MOITRI scheme becoming role model

The Mission for Overall Improvement of Thana for Responsive Image (MOITRI)
Assam's new police stations under MOITRI scheme becoming role model
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GUWAHATI (PTI):

As many as 55 police stations in Assam have been reconstructed into swanky buildings, with a small creche, separate women and juvenile corners, a lounge with comfortable sofa, under a special citizen-friendly project.

The Mission for Overall Improvement of Thana for Responsive Image (MOITRI), a project first initiated by the Assam government in 2016, has become a model for construction or reconstruction of police stations as they are trying to promote humane face of men and women in 'Khaki'.

Assam has around 340 police stations which will be reconstructed in phases under the MOITRI scheme with the construction period for each of them is fixed at 12 months.

"As of now, 55 police stations have been reconstructed under the MOITRI scheme," Mahanta said. (PTI)

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