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    Andhra Pradesh Home Minister Anitha Vangalapudi has taken a strong stance against ganja smugglers and suppliers in the state, emphasizing the government’s commitment to prioritizing the safety of girl children.

    Anitha highlighted that violence against women is a serious issue that must be addressed rigorously. She stated that the government will seek advice from women’s organizations to improve measures for women’s safety.

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    She criticized the previous YSR Congress Party government for creating illusions about the non-existence of the Disha Act. Anitha assured that the current administration will not take any biased actions against police officers and emphasized their responsibility to bring wrongdoers to justice.

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    Addressing problems faced by police officers under the previous regime, Anitha promised that the TDP government would resolve issues related to salaries and dues. She also shared plans to reform the police department from the lower levels and expressed concern over some IPS officers acting as pawns for the opposition party, leading to a loss of respect for the police over the past five years.

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    The Home Minister stated that the new TDP regime aims to restore respect for IPS and police officers, but also warned them to strictly adhere to the law. She encouraged the police to ignore officials influenced by YSRCP ideologies and to take decisive action against those committing injustices.

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