Farmers’ organizations have called for a Delhi march on February 13th. In this regard, Police Director General Shatrujeet Kapoor has appealed to the public to maintain peace and law and order in the state and not to disrupt law enforcement due to anyone’s instigation. Lawlessness will not be tolerated in the state, and strict action will be taken against troublemakers. A team of senior officials from Haryana Police will monitor the situation closely to handle any unfavorable circumstances effectively.
He urged all citizens to not pay attention to any rumors on social media. The police administration will closely monitor social media platforms. Strict action will be taken against anyone spreading false rumors. Updates regarding traffic and other information will be shared on Haryana Police’s Twitter (@police_haryana and @DGPHaryana) and Facebook (Haryana Police) accounts. Real-time updates will be provided by the Haryana Police team on these platforms.
He emphasized the importance of respecting the law and using social media responsibly. Sometimes, old videos are edited and circulated to spread misinformation. Any such activity will be dealt with sternly by the Haryana Police.
He suggested utilizing new technology for the country’s development. Youth should use social media for education and obtaining good information, avoiding its misuse. Using social media wisely is essential as misusing it can lead the youth astray. Therefore, social media should be used with great discretion, and one should think about the consequences before forwarding any information that could harm society.