Khandu's comments came in the backdrop of an incident last week when a few soldiers had allegedly vandalised the Bomdila police station and assaulted police personnel and civilians.
"A monthly sitting will be held between the Army and the state police for maintaining harmonious relation and to resolve issues, he said while attending the 46th Raising Day of Arunachal Pradesh Police here at Indira Gandhi Park along with Home Minister Kumar Waii, Speaker TN Thongdok and other officials.
"I am happy to know that the state has been adjudged as the best performing state when it came to securing law and order as per the survey by the Indian Television News Channel
India Today," he said.
He said the credit goes to the Arunachal Police force personnel who have been discharging their duties with utmost dedication and also bringing innovations in serving the people.
"This was the result of several police reforms brought by the state government in recent years giving highest priority to securing law and order in the state, Khandu said.
To fill critical manpower gaps in state police, the chief minisster said 45 head constable posts for fire department, 32 DSP, 80 Inspector for civil police, 4 posts of Inspector (Telecom) and 3 posts of Inspector radio technicians including 700 new posts for civil police have been created.
"For time-bound recruitment process for filling up of around 1,800 personnel of various ranks is underway, he said.
Khandu said the state government will leave no stone unturned in modernizing the police force and in giving best facilities to them so that law and order in the state is not compromised.
For ensuring safety of women, women police station like the one in Itanagar has been extended to five more districts, Khandu said adding, recently one women police station was inaugurated in East Kameng district.
Earlier the chief minister inaugurated the event by unfurling the national flag and releasing balloons in the air.
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