Study On Police People Interface

A study by Anju Gupta, a UP cadre IPS officer (pdf).



2 Responses to “Study On Police People Interface”

  1. 1 Avinash Sharma September 5, 2008 at 12:56 pm

    Wonderful analysis by Ms. Anju;
    Please convey my congrats
    Prof. Avinash Sharma
    GGS Indraprastha University


  2. 2 Vibha Gupta March 26, 2010 at 9:58 am

    Hi Anju,

    This message is for you if you are Anju Gupta(IPS officer) same person who spoke against LK Advani in Babri Masjid case. I am very proud of you! You have done wonders by giving such a strong statement against all these people who talk about Hindutva only because its their business and spread hate and bitterness.

    I sometimes feel sorry for being Hindu, specially Gupta as people already form a image that I cant be secular and liberal because I belong to a certain category.

    I hope your statement will give people a very different image of Hindus.

    Thank you very much.

    Lots of love, regards and respect,


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