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Sikkim to form Police Reform and Discipline Committee

'There is a need to develop a strategy for the well-being of the police pesonnel as also to reform the force," Taman said.

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Gangtok: Sikkim would set up a Police Reform and Disciplinary Committee to develop a strategy for carrying out reforms in the police force, Cheif Minister P S Tamang said here on Sunday.

Tamang held a meeting with senior police officers at his official residence in Mintogang here during the day. ‘There is a need to develop a strategy for the well-being of the police pesonnel as also to reform the force,” Taman said.

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The meeting reviewed the condition of the police force and decided to form the committee under the chairmanship of Additional Director General of Police Akshay Sachdev.

The panel, comprising senior police officers, would study their status thoroughly.  The committee is expected to submit its report within a month. 

Also, 50 Police personnel would be trained in behavioural psychology, mental health counselling and stress management in Bangalore. They will subsequently assess and assist others in the force.

According to SD Dhakal, Secretary to the chief minister, a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between Sikkim Police and the National Institute of Mental Health Neurosciences (NIMHANS) in Bangalore recently.

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