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In just 45 days, over 2k cases solved in 30 police stations

In just 45 days, over 2k cases solved in 30 police stations

New Delhi: A review was carried out in 30 police stations in Delhi where city police ambitious projects of law and order separation from the investigation are currently going on. Police sources claimed that in 45 days more than 2,200 cases were solved in the police stations.

Police sources told Millennium Post that Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik had also held recent meetings regarding the project with the senior officers.

According to the sources, the review took place from October 1 to November 15, in the 30 police stations of 14 districts in national Capital where more than 6,000 FIRs under different IPC sections were registered. In a mere 45 days, over 2,000 criminals were arrested.

"The police stations also solved the older cases which were pending from the beginning of 45 days and also disposed of," sources claimed.

Sources further told that approx 1,850 cases were charge sheeted while over 900 cases were cancelled. Meanwhile, over 2,000 cases remain untraced. Millennium Post was the first to report about the following project muted in city police stations.

Earlier, in a crime review meeting with districts and units DCPs, the Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik asked them to clear the backlog cases.

The top cop also proposed to utilise graduate constables, who have completed 10 years of service, to investigate cases under specific categories of crime. Recently, as many as 56 constables of South East District are undergoing training separation of investigation from law and order in police stations.

Delhi Police in their press statement claimed that during the training programme, guest faculties, experts as well as retired and serving ACP and SHOs will take classes of these constables in penal sections of IPC, investigating procedures as per CrPC among other.

Further, trainees will be imparted skills about the practical aspect of investigation which is the examination of the crime scene, lifting, packing of exhibits, preparation of charge sheet. Earlier, highly placed sources told that the Delhi Police Headquarters recently asked the districts and units to submit the lists of total numbers of constables and head constables, who are posted with them and have educational qualification of graduate level.

While, more than 2,000 lower rank personnel made to the list.

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