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‘Communal issues will be dealt with firmly’

DNMUM423777 | 10/9/2018 | Author : Sanjay Jog | WC :523

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Maharashtra is hogging the headlines for left-wing extremism, tension due to communal and caste-based politics, and the threat of cyber attacks. The challenge is huge, but the Maharashtra Police are prepared and absolutely ready to tackle them, says state's Director General of Police, Datta Padsalgikar. In an exclusive interview with DNA's Sanjay Jog, DGP Padsalgikar speaks about the biggest challenges he is facing as the state's DGP and how the state police are resolved to tackle such issues through constructive approach.
What are the biggest challenges you are facing as Maharashtra DGP?
Maintenance of law and order is a huge challenge especially when there is a threat of terrorist activities, the
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