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Indore police officials undergo sign language training assuring justice for the disabled!

In a bid to support citizens with speech or hearing disabilities, the police officials of Madhya Pradesh's Indore Division are being given training about the basics of sign language. Launched upon the directives of Indore Zone IG, the first-of-its-kind scheme in the nation will help in strengthening the law enforcement system by making it more inclusive. Reportedly, the police officers are being trained to understand hand signals, gestures, facial expressions and body language.

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Madhya Pradesh Govt raises a red alert in Indore & nearby districts over security concerns

Indore and nearby districts have been put on a security alert over a bomb threat, read reports. The Inspector-General of Police, Indore stated that the police personnel have been deployed in civil dress in suspected regions to take control of the situation. A bomb disposal squad has also been put on the front lines, in case of an emergency, he added.

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Indore Cop extends 'Helping Hand' to the kin of COVID patients with free food delivery service

The prohibitory restrictions imposed in wake of coronavirus infection have put a screeching halt on other activities as well. As a result, several COVID-19 patients in home isolation or hospitals and even their families are struggling to arrange for food. Around 250 such people have been lent the support of 'Helping Hand', a noble initiative of the Indore police, wherein they deliver free food to patients and their families amid the gruesome hours of this pandemic. Under the vision of Madhya Pradesh Traffic Police Head Constable Ranjeet Singh, a team of constable colleagues prepare food before and after duty and reach out to the needy.

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