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Listen to Supreme Court - Prakash Singh, Times of India
In a couple of days from now, the police fraternity will observe Police Reforms Day. What is the significance of this day? As far back as 1902-03, the Fraser Commission recorded that “the police force is far from efficient, it is defective in training and organisation, it is inadequately supervised, it is generally regarded as corrupt and oppressive, and it has utterly failed to secure the confidence and cordial cooperation of the people.”
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