Congress’s Janta Darbaar held this week was presided over by State Minister for Home Satej Patil. Speaking on the most recent issue of rave parties, Satej Patil has directed the state police to keep a check on social networking sites.
This time at Congress’s Janta darbaar it was Minister of State for Home Satej Patil who met the citizens hearing their grievances. Post the Jant Darbaar, one of the main issues that Satej Patil discussed with the media was rave parties. He informed that the state home department has directed the cyber cell of the police to monitor social networking websites in a bid to curb rave parties. He said stern action will be taken against the organisers as well as the guests of such parties under the NDPS Act. He appealed to the youth to not indulge in rave parties.
Apart from this, the Home department had also decided to beef up security railway stations. There are around 65 railway stations in Mumbai out oh which 14 already have several security measures in place. Satej Patil informed that discussions were on to provide CCTV, increase in railway police staff and other security measures at railway stations.
Satej Patil who also holds the portfolio of Food and Drug Administration emphasized that the department was taking strict action selling of expired medicines. With cameraperson Raju Sharma, Sana Warsia for NMTV News.