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No one can question the efficiency of the Mumbai police: Maha CM | India News


MUMBAI: Maharashtra Prime Minister Uddhav Thackeray praised Mumbai police on Friday saying that no one can raise questions about their efficiency, adding that he would never allow anyone to smear his image.
He also said that the police force led from the front during the coronavirus pandemic in order to ensure the safety of the common man.
Thackeray spoke during a program held at the Mumbai Police Commissioner’s office here, in which people were given their belongings that were recovered by the police after the robberies.
“The achievements of the Mumbai Police are endless and the police tradition dates back 150 years. With this long tradition and its efficiency, no matter how hard you try, you will not be able to smear your image and I promise you that if someone tries to do so, I will not allow that to happen, “he said.
“The mouths of those who tried to smear the Mumbai police were shut because the achievements of the police are enormous,” he said.
“During the pandemic, the police worked hard, so thousands of these personnel contracted the infection, and some of them were martyred in the line of duty,” he said.
It is only thanks to the police and other front-line workers that the Covid-19 situation was brought under control, the CM said.
“During the lockdown, we had asked everyone to work from home. But imagine what would have happened if the police had also been allowed,” Thackeray said.
“The threat of Covid-19 still persists. The pandemic is still far from over. But some people criticize us for keeping some places closed. People should at least understand their responsibility while the police, doctors and nurses do their duty. in such difficult times, “he added.
Citizens can celebrate their festivals only thanks to the police, who remain vigilant all the time and keep the common man safe, he said.
During the program, the CM congratulated some members of the Covid-19 warrior police staff. Also in attendance were Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh and other senior officials.

Times of India