Ashok Gehlot instructed to identify the elements disturbing peace and harmony and take legal action against them

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The state government is committed to maintain law and order in the state. The policy of the government against crime has been zero tolerance. The officers should ensure effective monitoring to maintain peace and harmony in the state. 

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said this while reviewing the law and order situation in the state at the CM residence. He said that programs would be organized across the state on May 3 on Eidulfitr and Parshuram Jayanti. In such a situation, the police should maintain law and order with a pro-active approach. He directed to identify the elements disturbing peace and harmony and take appropriate legal action against them. 

In the meeting, Minister of State for Home, Rajendra Singh Yadav said that the action taken by the police against the criminals should be conveyed to the public through various means, so that there is confidence in the public and fear among the criminals. 

Chief Secretary Usha Sharma, Director General of Police M.L. Lather, Additional Chief Secretary Home Abhay Kumar, Principal Secretary to Government Finance Akhil Arora, ADG Crime RP Mehrada, ADG SOG Ashok Rathod, ADG Law and Order Hawasingh Ghumaria and other senior officers were present.