'Operation Kaval' to prevent atrocities Strict order to arrest absconders

 'Operation Kaval' to prevent atrocities Strict order to arrest absconders

Kerala Police have launched a special drive to curb drug trafficking, sand smuggling, contraband and gang attacks with a view to nab and prosecute the culprits. Anil Kant, State Police Chief, has issued guidelines for the project titled ‘Operation Kaaval’.

          District Police Chiefs will form a special team to find those who are absconding after committing various crimes. The list of those involved in anti-social activities will be prepared by the Special Branch and those included in the list will be closely monitored. The State Special Branch will confidentially monitor who are on parole to see if they are violating the terms of the bail. If found guilty, action will be taken to remand them after cancelling the bail.

The investigation will be intensified after observing the movements of the accused in criminal cases and suspected culprits. Their hideouts will be raided if necessary.

Database of the people who have criminal backgrounds will be prepared at the district level. If necessary, they will be arrested under KAAPA. The District Police Chiefs will prepare complete details of the history-sheeters.

Accused in various criminal cases registered in the State will be arrested within a few days. Police will take a special effort to bring people behind conspiracy in the cases. Vehicles used for criminal activities will be seized. 

Special Branch DySPs are also directed to submit the action taken report every morning to the State Police Chief through the District Police Chiefs.