Taking strong view of the issue, the union Minister has reprimanded the Delhi police for deteriorating law and order situation in the state. Reportedly, he has taken a high level meeting where Delhi lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung, commissioner of police B.S. Bassi and senior home ministry officials were present.
The Home Minister raised pertinent question that when protectors themselves are not safe, what will be the fate of the commoners. Singh pulled up Delhi top cop B.S. Bassi hard and wanted assurance that such incident must not happen again.
"A miffed home minister told the Delhi police that it is not enough to arrest the culprits, but such incidents should not happen in future," a source said as quoted by the Asian age.
On his part, Bassi said that he will do all the needful in the direction and now onwards culprits will think twice before daring the act again. He also said that the all police station have been told to sensitize policemen about how to protect themselves. To daunt criminals, the MHA has also ordered to put a tab on illegal gun supply in the city.
On October 13, a constable Jagbir died on the spot while his colleague Narendra got injured after some persons opened fire upon them. Before that on October 11, three men had opened fire on two constables in Connaught Place area.