Police station working out of Sainik School

The Sarojini Nagar police station in Lucknow, it seems, doesn't have a place of its own. Established in 1982, the profile of the station, however, has been steadily rising with the increased jurisdictional area.

According to a report in the Lucknow Newsline of the Indian Express of June 22, "the Sarojini Nagar police is carrying out its functions from an old three-room building of the Sainik School, due to the lack of a proper building".

The police are helpless since "the space cannot be utilized for any kind of construction, as the compound belongs to Sainik School", the report says.

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