Residents of Guru Nanak society demand police patrolling

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RENUKA SURYAVANSHI

For the past few days, several attempts of house burglaries around Gurunanak society, Sahyadri Park area off Salunke Vihar road in Kondhwa were reported by the residents. In view of the increasing thefts, residents have written a letter to the commissioner of police Pune urging him to increase the police patrolling and to install QR code which will enable a more secure environment for the residents.

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Akanksha Heights, Rohit Classic, Butte Patil, Sahyadri Park, Glory Palace, Barsana Apartments society residents are living in fear due to a series of house thefts.

Sanjay Mane founder of Guru Nanak society association said, “The cases of house thefts are increasing in the area making senior citizens feel unsafe. We want police to increase patrolling in the area.”

“Keeping the safety of the residents in mind, we have urged the police to step up activities such as patrolling, naka bandi, etc and strict actions against such miscreants,’ added Subhash Morde, a resident of Barsana Apartments.

“We are willing to provide basic infrastructure for establishing the “ Beat”. Hope that this would be a very effective measure to curb such anti-social activities in this area, “ added Mane.

Sardar Patil, senior police inspector, Kondhwa Police station was recently handed over a letter by the residents of the area to increase patrolling and install QR codes too.

Karishma Dabrai, a resident of Rohit Classic said, ‘The cases are increasing day by day. We want Police to take stern action against those involved and ensure the safety of the residents.’

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