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Noida Residents Welfare Association urges citizens to follow certain steps to check crime rate
The crime rate in Noida city has been significantly increasing. Incidents of robberies, car thefts, car snatching, chain snatching, jhapatmaris have been quite frequent and no tangible steps seem to have been taken to curb the same. In view of the current precarious situation, Noida citizens have been feeling quite insecure.

In this regard, the Federation of Noida Residents Welfare Association (FONRWA) has asked all the citizens of Noida to follow some essential and critical things and to take effective steps with a view to control the continued rise in the crimes in Noida city. And also requested to have a kind and urgent intervention in resolution of the following essential and critical issues:

Having monthly meetings with FONRWA along with the SP (City).

  • Monthly meetings of SOs and Chowki Incharge with RWAs on periodical basis.

  • Removal of unauthorized encroachments and vendors on the roads.

  • To have a desired control over the functioning of kabaris in the sector.

  • Critical need to intensify patrolling in the Sectors, particularly in the vulnerable points.

  • The meeting was presided over by R.W.A & FONRWA Members, N.P.Singh (President FONRWA), Rajendra Shukla (Secretary General), Suresh Tiwari (Senior Vice President), K.K.Jain (Senior Vice President), S.P.Chauhan (Treasure), Anil Misra (Secretary Legal), A.N.Dhawan (Chief Advisor) and Ragvinder Dubey (Seceratry).

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