Second Onshore Security Co-ordination Committee Meeting Held In Bhubaneswar
Bhubaneswar: The second Onshore Security Co-ordination Committee Meeting with oil marketing companies was held at Police Bhawan in Bhubaneswar under the chairmanship of police DG, B.K Sharma.
In his speech, Sharma assured all kinds of co-operation and support to the oil companies as and when necessary.
“Oil Companies are the backbone of the country’s economy. So the security and safety of these companies which are operating in the state is the priority of Odisha Police. The State level security co-ordination committee meeting should be organised at regular intervals to sort out issues relating to their day to day functioning,” said Sharma.
Sharma also suggested the formation of District Level Security Co-ordination Committees under concerned SPs for sorting out local problems and issues. He advised the oil marketing companies to maintain good rapport with the staff of local police stations so that minor issues can be sorted out at the police station level. The relationship between Police and oil company operators should be at the grass-root level.
Sharma also suggested involving officers from Odisha Fire Service in co-ordination meetings in future because fire safety measures are equally important for the smooth functioning of oil companies.