New Delhi: P Chidambaram, the Home Minister said that on the eve of Commonwealth games Delhites should learn to represent the capital as an international city and behave accordingly.
"We should seize the opportunity of the Commonwealth Games to change our behavioural pattern. We must behave as (residents of) an international city," said he.
He said the request is made after observing Delh mindset on things like traffic rules.
"People should change their behaviour. We have noticed over many years that the behaviour of people has not changed. Vehicles are jumping red lights, even police vehicles are jumping red lights.
"Some are moving (in their vehicles) without having registration plates, some are crossing roads where they should not. People are not using overground or underground passes. We want to encourage people to change their mindset," he said.