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Santia Gora
Santia Gora | Correspondent
Updated Sep 13, 2021 | 21:13 IST
Mumbai
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  • The stations of MMR require 3,800 GRP cops and 2,000 homeguards
  • But there are only 2,900 GRP cops and not even a single home guard
  • In last one week, two minor rape cases at railway stations from Pune and Ulhasnagar have been reported
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kabaddi meaning in hindi,Though after Sakinaka rape case, Maharashtra's CM Uddav Thackeray gave instructions to Maharashtra police senior officers to increase the security deployment, but the railway stations have a very different tale to tell.

At any given point, MMR require 3,800 GRP cops and 2,000 homeguards to man the stations and trains. But at present there are only 2,900 GRP cops and not even a single home guard for security deployment.,cycling uci

On one side, the CM of the state is giving instructions to ensure women safety and increase deployment, on the other hand, GRP is not given even a single home guard citing budget issues.,fish table gambling game

State govt claims to exhaust its this year's budget for homeguards and claims that due to the lack of funds, it can't hire any more home guards for the rest of the financial year.,betvictor down

So, the question is, is CM giving instructions for increasing deployment just tokenism or atleast now the state govt will increase its budget for home guards and increase the manpower for the deployment.,india sports betting online

On Monday, Maharashtra's CM Uddhav Thackeray held a meeting with the commissioners of different forces of the entire state along with the senior officials of home department. As per sources in GRP, GRP senior officials once again raised the demand of providing homeguards to GRP for manning of railway stations and trains. But any announcement regarding this hasn't been made so far.,betfair casino app not working

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