New Delhi, Jul 17 (UNI) Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit today expressed her deep concern over the deteriorating law and order situation in the capital city and recent unpleasant criminal activities.
The Chief Minister, who held a high-level meeting to take stock of recent happenings i.e. criminal activities and increasing crimes in the city, asked Delhi Police Commissioner Y S Dadwal to instill sense of security amongst common men in Delhi and take all possible measures to remove any apprehension of insecurity.
Stating that recent criminal incidents in the city have been projecting a bad image of the Capital city, which is not desirable in any way, Ms Dikshit asked the Police Commissioner to take immediate action and submit a suitable proposal to set up more police stations keeping in view increasing population and influx of daily visitors in Delhi.
''It is essential to reinforce constant vigil on entry all entry points to Delhi. Moreover, all police personnel should be told to be more and more vigilant and avoid shifting of responsibilities, slackness and lukewarm response.
It is also essential to minimise response time of police personnel and they should be told to be more courteous and submissive to win confidence of the people,''the Chief Minister said at the meeting also attended by Delhi Chief Secretary Rakesh Mehta, Principal Secretary to CM P K Tripathi and Principal Secretary (Home) G S Patnaik.
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