In the House of Lok Sabha estimates, Congress MLAs alleged that unsafe Gujarat was not safe Gujarat. Rejecting the allegations of Congress MLAs, Minister of State for Home Pradip Singh Jadeja said that Gujarat is the first country in the country to evaluate the policy commission for peace, justice and institutional strengthening. While crime has also become hi-fi in the age of diminishing technology, Gujarat police will be more equipped to control other crimes including cybercrime through technology.

The Home Department, represented by Minister of State for Home Affairs Pradip Singh, will spend Rs 2020-21 for the year. The budgetary provisions of 7503 crore were approved. Explaining the provision, he said that 10,989 new posts would be filled in various cadres in the police department. He said that the President has been honored with 'Presidential Colors' by taking note of the excellent functioning of the Gujarat Police for the excellent maintenance of the law and order, and even Rs. Gujarat is the first state in the entire country with a committment of foreign capital investment of 1.5 lakh crore. Responding to the allegations of Congress MLAs, Pradip Singh said that according to the National Crime Record Bureau report, Gujarat's crime rate is very low in serious crimes.
Where will the home department use the money?
Planning to increase the number of homeguards to 45288 by increasing the total force to 4528.
A pilot project for 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) system based on digital system in Rajkot city and Surat city will be done to make the police communication even more mobile phone-like.
National status of the State Forensic Science University and Raksha Shakti University
A new training center for police personnel will be set up at Khalal of Kathlal Taluka, a commando training center for 2500 police personnel / officers.
Now, in addition to the law of Gujjitok in Gujarat, the Gund Act, the law of the aspect will be made strict.
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Which post to recruit, which new plan
10,989 new posts will be filled in the departments operating under the Home Department. Out of which, 10,506 seats in the police department, 260 in the state jail and head office, 34 in the forensic science lab, ACB. In 182 spaces will be filled. In addition to the allocation of advanced emergency response and support system vehicles to the offices operating under the Home Department, Rs. The budgetary provision of Rs.