Gurugram: With new police booth Sector 92 hopes of better policing
Gurugram: With new police booth Sector 92 hopes of better policing
Akanksha Gupta
Gurugram: With new police booth Sector 92 hopes of better policing
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Gurugram: With new police booth Sector 92 hopes of better policing

Gurugram: A new police assistance booth in Sector 92, near Sare Homes, was made operational on Saturday to facilitate the Gurugram Police to ensure safety and security of public effectively and efficiently.

Sub-Inspector Savita Rathi, In-charge police post of Sector 93, was present at the inauguration of the booth along with the residents of several high rises and other locals. She assured the residents that the new booth would help the police enhance the security in the sectors situated along the Dwarka Expressway.

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On the occasion, the residents recalled that it took a lot of effort to get permission from the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) and Gurugram Police for setting up the police booth adjacent to the society. The new booth is the result of CSR initiative. 

The booth was a long pending demand of the residents who had witnessed increase in criminal activities in the area. They said absence of police presence in the vicinity was the reason behind abysmal state of security.

Earlier in September, a police post opened in Sector 93 in the neighbourhood.

Praveen Malik, president of Sare Homes RWA, said, “Our sectors fall under the sector 10 A police station which is 10 km away from our society, hence the demand for a police post. With the support of police commissioner we were able to get sanction for the police post in September and now this police assistance booth. It will help in better policing in the sectors.”

The booth will benefit the police staff as well by providing them a shelter during rains and hot summer days and long winter nights. It is equipped with a table, chair, electricity, a fan and water facility. “This will strengthen the police-public partnership and help in curbing the crime rate in the vicinity,” said Malik.