Bangalore, Aug 2 (UNI) Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yedddyurappa today said his government was facing several serious law and order problems of terrorism, naxalism and bootlegging and sought the cooperation of the officials in curbing them.
Speaking at a review meeting on law and order situation with Deputy Commissioners and police officials here, he said the officials should immediately book all anti-social elements under the Organised Crimes Prevention Act.
He said the onus was on the district administrators to ensure peace and harmony in their repective districts.
''I assure you that there will be no place for political interference in this rergard from the government'', he said.
He said his government had already given permission to set up a full-fledged anti-terrorist squad to eliminate terrorist activities in the state.
The Chief Minister also called for the upgradation of the police and intelligence wings besides improving the efficiency of the Disaster Management Cells in the district headquarters, in the event of any emergency situation.
He said the state government was committed to provide protection to all sections of people and there should not be any confusion about it.
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