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Vaibhav Krishna takes charge as new SSP of Gautam Buddh Nagar

Vaibhav Krishna takes charge as new SSP of Gautam Buddh Nagar

Noida: Vaibhav Krishna, a 2009 batch IPS officer, took charge as the new Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Gautam Buddh Nagar on Thursday night. Krishna was posted in Allahabad police headquarters before he was transferred to GB Nagar district in a reshuffle of senior cops effected by the state government on January 7.

Immediately after taking the charge, Krishna spelt out his priorities and said that his prime focus will be on better policing and crime against women. The officer said that he will also keep traffic problems along with organised and cyber crime on his prime focus.

"We will work on providing better policing in the district and will focus to reduce the communication gap between police and the public. Strict actions will be taken against those police officials who will be found involved in illegal activities or found working in corroboration with the criminals. Also we will try to wipe out the illegal liquor mafiyas operating the district," said Krishna. In addition, he said that the police department will work on tackling the traffic problems in the district.

"We will work to eliminate the menace of traffic in the city and will implement much effective traffic management system so that the commuters face less traffic snarls in the upcoming days," added Krishna.

He also said that efforts will be made to crackdown on the organised criminal gangs operating in the Gautam Buddh Nagar district and will provide safety to women and traders.

Krishna also said that police will keep check on cyber crime and will act immediately upon the complaints received through social media. The SSP also said that police will continue with a thorough checking routine and any person involved in any type of criminal activity will not be spared.

The announcement were part of a meeting with the media personnel of the district on Friday. The SSP also conducted meetings with the senior police officials on Thursday night in which policies and plans for the future were discussed.

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