Himachal media : phone tapping , monsoon , toll barriers
Shimla : Newspapers in Himachal Pradesh have been following the phone tapping issue again. It has been widely covered Sunday .
The Tribune says ,“The Vigilance and Anti-Corruption bureau recommended the filing of a criminal case in the alleged phone tapping issue in its report, submitted by the investigating team here today.”
“Phone tapping case : VB for case against cops,”says the Hindustan Times .
“Phones were tapped without permission,” reports Dainik Jagran
Amar Ujala , Dainik Bhaskar and Himachal Dastak all have talked about the Vigilance department’s seeking permission from the government to file a case against the guilty officers.
With the early arrival of the monsoon, the Tribune has a heading “Rain cuts short tourist season”.
All India Radio quoting the state police chief B Kamal Kumar as saying that he has asked the state excise and taxation department to post staff at toll barriers in uniform displaying their name plates .
The police chief has also told the excise department to properly display toll tariffs and have cctv cameras installed at all toll barriers .