'Delhi can be perfect example for other cities if citizens, police work together'
New Delhi: The Delhi Police's New Year resolution stated that if citizens and city police work together, then the National Capital will be the perfect example for other cities.
Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik in New Year resolution said, "In Delhi Police, throughout the year, we have focused on improving our visibility, response and service-delivery. It would be of great help to us if Delhi citizens also devote some thought to enhancing the security of their own home and colony. If we work together, the National Capital can be a perfect example for other cities to follow."
The major achievement for Delhi police came on December 28, 2018, as they become the first police force in the country which digitalized of all malkhanas of every police stations of its districts.
Meanwhile, the 15th district of Delhi Police is all set to function from January 2019.
On October 15 , Millennium Post was first to report the news regarding the 15th new district. Delhi Police on Monday through a Press statement stated that 15 newly created Police Stations of new district will be functioning from January 1, 2019.
The statement further claimed that the Outer North District has been carved out of existing Rohini, North-West and Outer districts. It will comprise eight Police Stations including Narela, Narela Industrial Area, Alipur, Samai Pur Badli, Bawana, Shahbad Dairy, Swaroop Nagar and Bhalswa Dairy.
The 15 new police stations are Shastri Park, Dayal Pur, Patparganj Industrial Area, Shakarpur,Shaheen Bagh, Kalindi Kunj ,Tigri, Maidan Garhi,Mohan Garden,Raj Park,Prem Nagar, Budh Vihar,Narela Industrial Area,Wazirabad and Kishan Garh.
An order from the office of Commissioner of Police claimed that on the creation of a new district namely "Outer-North Distt" in Delhi Police, Gaurav Sharma, IPS (AGMUT:2009), Additional DCP-1 (Rohini Distt) will officiate as DCP/Outer-North Distt, till further orders.
Recently, the Delhi Police Headquarters (PHQ) asked five districts to submit the list of lower subordinates (including Assistant Sub Inspectors). Sources claimed that 13 police stations, which come under south, outer, north-west, Rohini, and east districts, were asked to submit details of all the lower subordinates regarding the new district. The letter was sent to DCPs, Joint CPs of concerned districts from PHQ.