After taking over as the new Police Commissioner of Delhi Police, Balaji Srivastava took stock of the security arrangements of the capital by surprise checking on the streets of Delhi on Saturday night. During the night checking, Balaji Srivastava also visited the Red Fort and Ghazipur Border. Balaji Srivastava first went to the Red Fort and then to the Ghazipur border where farmers’ agitation is going on. On the Ghazipur border, the police commissioner met Inspector Premlata and other officers of Mandawali police station and congratulated them. Along with this, during the tractor rally on 26 January, he also appreciated the miscreants for stopping them from going towards Akshardham.
Surprise checking at many police stations of Delhi
After becoming the new police commissioner, for the first time, he came out on the streets for surprise checking. Balaji Srivastava reached RK Puram police station, South Campus, Connaught Place and Daryaganj police station and also met the complainants who reached there with their complaint. Told them about Delhi’s new ‘Integrated Complaint Monitoring System’ ICMS and informed about registering e-complaints through the website of Delhi Police, so that people do not have to come to the police station more.
Took stock of arrangements for Delhi Police staff doing night duty
The Delhi Police Commissioner also took stock of the arrangements in place for patrolling the streets of Delhi at night and the staff doing duty at the police stations. Along with this, all the District DCPs were given instructions that all the necessary facilities should be available for all the police personnel doing duty at night. The Police Commissioner asked the officers present to give maximum emphasis on “Integrated Complaint Monitoring System” and to make people aware about it through different mediums. So that people sitting at home can register their e-complaints through the website of Delhi Police and they do not have to go to the police stations.
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