Strict action will be taken against people pressurizing companies at MIDC for work and tender: Krishna Prakash

Krishna Prakash Chakan Industries
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Chakan, February 26, 2021: Putting pressure on companies, holding them hostage, and getting tenders and work will not be tolerated. Strict action will be taken against those who put pressure on the companies, said Pimpri Chinchwad Police Commissioner Krishna Prakash.
A joint meeting of company representatives from Chakan MIDC and Mahalunge police was held on Friday at the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) premises. The meeting was attended by ACP Ram Jadhav, Police Inspectors Arvind Pawar, Ashok Rajput, Crime Branch Inspector Shankar Babar, Assistant Police Inspector Pramod Kshirsagar, and company officials.
Commissioner of Police Krishna Prakash said that special emphasis will be given by the police to maintain a fear-free environment in the MIDC areas.

“Strict action will be taken against the concerned persons if they try to get work at the companies and try to get the labour contracts, transport contracts, and tenders at the companies by pressuring the company administration,” the commissioner said.

“It should be noted that more companies will begin operations in the area and employment will be created. The number of security guards at the premises of companies should be increased to curb thefts,” He added. The Commissioner of Police also said that good quality CCTV cameras need to be installed on the premises of the companies.

Police Inspector Arvind Pawar said, “It is often found that the companies’ workers and supervisors are involved in thefts at the companies. Therefore, police verification of supervisors and workers must be done from time to time. The entire information of the employees should be kept up to date by the company administration.”

“The secluded places on the premises of the companies should be checked and inspected from time to time. Companies should follow the instructions given by the police,” he added.

Inspector Pawar also said that action would be taken against the company administration if any kind of theft involving employees will happen in the future.