Chief Minister Flags Off Mobile Investigation Unit


Jaipur, April 4. Chief Minister Mr Ashok Gehlot flagged off the Mobile Investigation Units (MIUs) of the Rajasthan Police from the Secretariat premises on Monday.

The State Government had given administrative and financial sanction of Rs 9 crore 97 lakh 50 thousand for the MIUs under the police modernisation scheme in the year 2021-22. The police will be handed over around 71 MIUs, of which it has received around 48 MIUs. These MIU vans will be used in the police stations situated far from the district headquarters. With the help of these MIUs, immediate action can be taken in the incidents taking place in remote areas and time taken in the investigation will also be saved.

Director General of Police Shri ML Lather informed the Chief Minister that the investigation officers will immediately reach the spot with the availability of MIU and with the help of gadgets can do the investigation on the spot. With this, witnesses need not have to be called and with the reduction in the average time of investigation, its quality will also improve.

Education Minister Dr. BD Kalla, Minister of State for Home Mr Rajendra Singh Yadav, Kisan Aayog Chairman Mr Mahadev Singh Khandela, Chief Secretary Smt Usha Sharma, Additional Chief Secretary Home Mr Abhay Kumar, DG Intelligence Mr Umesh Mishra, ADG Police Planning and Modernisation Shri Govind Gupta, ADG Crime Mr RP Meharda and other police officers were present on this occasion.