New Delhi: “Brief ACsP and SHOs about the functioning of Special Police Unit for North Eastern Region (SPUNER) of Delhi Police,” was one of the main points discussed in a meeting held between officers of Delhi Police.Police sources told Millennium Post that the meeting was held in July, headed by Joint Commissioner of Police rank officer. “As many as 16 police officers including Additional CP, Additional DCsP and ACsP were present,” sources said. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderSources further revealed that Joint CP (SPUNER), during the discussion, asked the participants to brief ACsP and SHOs of their respective districts about the existence of SPUNER unit and its functioning. “Joint CP (SPUNER) further informed that the DPNER (Delhi Police North East representative) who are working with SPUNER unit are nominated on voluntarily basis for helping the North East victims by assisting the local police as and when they are called. He directed the participants to brief their respective staff and to fully co-operate with the DPNERs,” sources added. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsJoint CP asked the participants to deal with all the complainants politely including North-East people and accept their complaints and in case it is found necessary, FIR should be registered on their complaints. According to Delhi Police annual report 2018, they give topmost priority to the security of people from the North-East region living in Delhi. Specially designated officer Joint CP (SPUWAC and SPUNER) conducted regular meetings with the representatives of North Eastern residents to ensure their security and have a robust feedback mechanism for this purpose. The cell also monitored the calls received on Helpline No. 1093, instituted especially for this purpose.