Hm orders officers to check illegal cattle transport | Mysore News

Mysore: Ordering police officers to strictly control the illegal sale and transport of livestock, Home Minister Araga Jnanendra on Wednesday warned against police officers not being soft on the issue.
If an officer fails to check for illegal activities, including gambling, betting on cricket, matka and the sale of bootleg alcohol, action will be taken against the officers involved, the Minister of Justice said. ‘Inside during a district police force review meeting at the SP office auditorium here.
The minister said the state government banned online gambling by passing a new law.
Officers must strictly enforce the laws, he added. “There are reports that in some places in the district cattle are being sold and transported illegally. The cops from the respective police stations must take action to stop the illegal activity. Checkpoints bordering Kerala need to be reinforced as a precautionary measure to prevent illegal activities,” he said.
“The state has received complaints about the illegal sale of alcohol in the district. The cops must identify those involved in illegal business and take the necessary action against them,” the minister said.
Southern Police Range IGP Praveen Madhukar Pawar, Police Commissioner Chandragupta and SP R Chethan attended.

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