Maharashtra Police to conduct a recruitment drive to fill 8000 vacancies

Addressing the people and the media on Monday in Daryapur, state home minister Anil Deshmukh assured that the vacancies for the posts will be announced soon.

Maharashtra Police to conduct a recruitment drive to fill 8000 vacancies

With an aim to to fulfill the promise of maintaining law and order, state home minister Anil Deshmukh, in a recently held event said that the department was focusing on recruiting nearly 8,000 members in Maharashtra Police deparment, thereby strengthening the force. While addressing the people and the media on Monday, at the 51st death anniversary function of JD Patil alias Babasaheb Sangludkar in Daryapur, he assured that the vacancies for the posts will be launched soon.

Deshmukh further stressed on the increasing rate of student suicides and asked the parents to not add pressure on their expectations. He also asked the youth and young adults to prepare both for competitive exams and police recruitment. Besides these points, Deshmukh also mentioned that officials will also consider at making stringent laws to curb crime against women, illegal moneylending, Naxalism and other issues.

Adding to this Yashomati Thakur, State’s women and child development minister also mentioned that the department would focus on child security by taking appropriate measures and steps to reduce child labour practices, tackle malnutrition and related concerns. 

Besides the above-mentioned ministers, the event also attended by Sharad Tasre (Former deputy speaker of assembly), Balwant Wankhade (Daryapur MLA), Jayantrao Deshmukh (ZP chairperson), Ranjit Deshmukh (former minister) and Amar Kale (former MLA).

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