LG Anil Baijal directs Delhi Police to curb avenue crimes, maintain vigil at borders to arrange for Independence Day


New Delhi: Lt. Governor Anil Baijal on Thursday (June 25) reviewed legislation and order state of affairs in Delhi with Special Commissioners of Police (Law & Order), directing Delhi Police to maintain a strict vigil on avenue crime, particularly security of senior residents and single girls by means of good patrolling.

During the assembly, the LG directed that visibility of police on the streets be enhanced and be additional prolonged contained in the residential colonies particularly throughout nights, and extra Mobikes be pressed into service for swift motion. He additionally suggested the Delhi police to reach out to the susceptible teams by means of proactive measures and construct bridges of belief.

Baijal instructed Delhi Police to make its presence extra seen and its personnel extra accessible particularly in crime-prone areas to test unlawful actions. 

Baijal additional suggested that each one mobility modes of police i.e. PCR, patrol autos, emergency response autos, native police motion, bike patrol and so forth needs to be aligned to make sure most protection and scale back duplicity. “Technology may be used for monitoring police presence in the field. He further stressed that Police pickets may be reoriented focusing on street crime especially snatching and lifting,” he mentioned.  

The Delhi Police was directed to place all efforts to extend the prosecution and conviction charges for deterrence, moreover strengthening its investigation wing.

In view of the Independence Day, the LG directed the police to make sure strict vigil/intensive checking at state borders and carefully coordinate with central companies and neighbouring states to comprise any terror assault.

The LG, nevertheless, appreciated the Delhi Police personnel for his or her efforts in combating COVID-19 and suggested them to comply with security pointers to maintain the pressure protected and safe amidst the epidemic.