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Delhi Police directs officers to follow rules while interacting with foreign cops

Delhi Police directs officers to follow rules while interacting with foreign cops

New Delhi: The Delhi Police have told its districts and units to strictly follow the rules and regulations related to the interaction with foreign police officers and embassies in India.

Highly placed sources told Millennium Post that a letter was written from the office of Additional Commissioner of Police (crime) to all DCsP of districts and units with subject-related to interaction with foreign police officers and officials of the foreign embassies in India.

The crime branch informed other officers about a letter which they received from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in February this year.

"It was intimated that in one of the cases, Delhi Police has directly approached the US Department of Justice for seeking further information without informing MHA, whereas all correspondences with foreign countries mandatorily should have been made through Central Authority which is MHA," sources said quoting letter content.

Adding further, sources claimed that Delhi Police told its officers that the instructions contained in the circular issued by PHQ are being enclosed for reiterating the contents for these circulars amongst the staff under your respective districts/units for strict compliance.

Apart from DCsP, the crime branch sent the copy of the letter to Special CsP (law and order) and Joint CsP (ranges).

In the letter to Additional Commissioner of Police (crime), CBI wrote, "It is requested that all correspondences with foreign countries mandatorily be made through Central Authority which is MHA.

In case any foreign authority makes any direct communication/ correspondence seeking any clarification or additional details facilitating the execution of pending LR, all replies to such query need to be invariably routed through or copied to MHA and CBI (IPCC)."

The letter further reads that, in this regard, it is reiterated that provisions and guidelines circulated by MHA may kindly strictly adhered to.

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