Home Minister Shri Tamradhwaj Sahu has honored the Superintendent of Police and Jawans of Bemetra district for prevention of crimes and use of new techniques for crime investigation and investigation. The Home Minister honored the Superintendent of Police Shri Divyang Patel and his team by giving them shields and shawls in the presence of MLA Shri Ashish Chhabra at his Raipur residence office today. Minister Shri Sahu called upon the Superintendent of Police to control crimes, Instructions were given to install CCTV cameras at the main square-intersections of the city and police control rooms at Bemetara and to put 24-hour staff duty in three shifts. He also instructed people to follow the traffic rules and motivate people to apply masks essentially for the prevention of corona infection. On this occasion, Superintendent of Police Shri Patel, taking a brief knowledge of the incident, said that on June 3 last month, the Home Minister took the matter very seriously and instructed to take immediate action on the incident of kidnapping a 7-year-old girl by an unknown truck driver. Since this task was very difficult, for this, the criminal was arrested on June 19 after checking the nearly 12 thousand trucks using the new technology GPS data analysis.