Noida: In view of increasing cases of chain snatching and burglaries that often go unreported, city's police assured the federation of resident welfare associations of Sector 34 of all possible steps to maintain law and order in the area.
The assurance is an outcome of a joint meeting between Rajnish Verma, assistant police commissioner, and the residents held on Sunday at a community center of the sector.
Verma said that police outpost staff in the sector would be increased so that incidents of chain snatching and burglary can be contained. On the request of the residents, police patrol will also be increased.
KK Jain, president of the federation, said that they brought the issue of chain snatching and burglary to police's notice and demanded increased staff at police outpost.
"We also demanded increased police patrolling to ensure the safety of the residents,” he said.
Dharmendra Sharma, general secretary of the federation, raised the issue of entry of vehicles of non-residents in the sector. He demanded that every resident should have an entry sticker on his/her vehicle.
Besides, the residents demanded barricades on every entry gate of the sector so that vehicles of strangers can be checked.
After listening to the problems of the residents, the police assured them that necessary action would be taken to tighten the security in the sector.