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Tripura constitutes police accountability commission
Agartala, Mar 28 (IANS)
Published on 29 Mar. 2010 12:35 AM IST
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The Tripura government has constituted a police accountability commission to ensure “impartial and efficient” policing, an official said here Sunday.
“The four-member commission, constituted Saturday, would formulate guidelines for efficient, effective, responsive and accountable policing and identify performance indicators,” the police official told IANS.
Former Tripura advocate general D.P. Kundu was appointed as its chairman while social worker Champa Dasgupta, and legal experts Bimal Bhowmik and Dipak Kumar Chowdhury are its members. The official said: “The commission will look into allegations of serious misconduct against police personnel or any other case referred to it by the government, the director general of police or any member of the public.”
He said Tripura was the second state in northeast India after Assam to constitute such a commission.

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