NDMC throws open four Police Assistance Booths
NEW DELHI: New Delhi MP Meenakashi Lekhi on Saturday asserted that Police Assistance Booths would provide assistance to Delhi Police, to ensure security of public and women in particular, efficiently and effectively.
Lekhi, on behalf of New Delhi Municipal Council, handed over the keys of four newly-inaugurated Police Assistance Booths to Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik at Shanti Path here on Saturday.
NDMC has constructed four Security Cabins in New Delhi area, one at Shanti Path, another at Vinay Marg and two at Kamal Attaturk Marg.
Speaking on the occasion, Patnaik said that police assistance would be extended to the public round the clock at these booths and that modern equipments for communication would be made available to the police staff on duty.
The Commissioner said that NDMC has constructed these modern Police Assistance Booths with the aim of boosting security in New Delhi, a very sensitive area which serves as the seat a Government of India and houses important establishments, including diplomatic embassies and high commissions.
NDMC Chairman Naresh Kumar said that the Council has decided to construct 16 more such Booths in New Delhi, keeping in view the security consideration of women, colleges, metro stations, schools, hospitals and other sensitive areas in New Delhi.
These additional Police Assistance Booths would be constructed shortly, he added, which would been designed on the pattern of Lutyens architecture.