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FONRWA writes letter to Noida's SSP demanding action to curb rising crime rate
The Federation of Noida Resident Welfare Association (FONRWA) has written a letter to the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Guatam Buddh Nagar (Noida) district Preetinder Singh over the issue of rising crime in the city.
The President of FONRWA N.P. Singh and General Secretary Rajiv Shukla expressed their deep concern over the rising crime in the city and tried to draw the attention of police towards this.

In their letter they said that crime in Noida is on rise and the police needs to take necessary step in this direction to curb the crime rate. FONRWA has asked the SSP to hold a meeting with the FONRWA and RWA office bearers today at the FONRWA building to chalk out the plan to control crime rate.

The incidents of robberies, car thefts, car snatching, chain snatching have been occurring quite frequently, due to which there is terror among the locals, and they were complaining that the police is doing nothing to stop crime.

FONRWA office bearers have expressed their great concern in this regard and have urged that requisite measures and tangible steps need to be taken on due priority basis.

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