Ambala, Nov 18 (UNI) Haryana Director General of Police Ranjiv Dalal today refused to comment on the Samjhauta Express bomb blast being probed by Maharashtra's Anti Terrotist Squad (ATS) following arrest of sadhvi Pragya.
A Haryana Police team is camping in Mumbai to seek details of the narco-statements of the sadhvi and other co-accused in Malegaon blasts, to throw light on the Samjhauta blast near Panipat.
However, the Haryana police kept cooperating with police in other states to curb crimes, the state police chief said while interacting with media after inaugurating the Ambala Police Lines gate and a park built by the police volunteers.
In one such major step, Haryana police has liaisoned with Uttar Pradesh counterparts to set up CCTVs on the border starting from Yamunanagar district to Sonepat district in UP where the criminals crossed the border after committing crimes in both the states, he said.
''This would control the movement of unauthorised vehicles used for crimes. This would also curtail use of illegal weapons used in the crimes,'' Mr Dalal said.
He observed that earlier, the criminals used to carry Rampuri daggers from Uttar Pradesh which had now been replaced with even more lethal firearms manufactured illegally in that state.
He said that the Haryana police was coordination with UP police to bust such arms manufacturing places.
He said that new Police Act had been promulgated on November 1 in the state which aimed at better understanding between the police and public.
He disclosed that mobile cells had started working to contain the crimes against women and social workers from non-government organisations would be involved for counseling in such cases.
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