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'No aam and khaas cases for us, all equally important'

New Delhi: "The Delhi Police does not have any disparities between Aam and Khaas. Cases related to both VVIPs and normal citizens in the Capital are dealt with equal importance," Amulya Patnaik, Delhi Police Commissioner, said at the Annual Press Conference here on Thursday.
Patnaik was responding to a question by Millennium Post that Delhi Police seemed to show extra activeness when it came to snatching and theft cases of high profile people and foreigners.
The reporter was referring to the case of theft of the Nobel Prize replica at Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi's house and its recovery within five days and arrest of the accused.
Moreover, several other high profile cases of foreigners being a target of snatching in Delhi were swiftly and promptly solved by Delhi Police, leading to recovery as well as the arrest of the accused within hours and days.
Responding to the query whether the cops showed equal amount of swiftness when it came to cases of regular people of Delhi., Patnaik said, "These few high profile cases are just a few to mention. Reality is we do not have any difference between aam and khaas and give equal importance to each and every case."
Patnaik further said that it is the media which has made these cases high profile popular and they hit headlines. Normal cases get solved easily, but somehow fail to get due attention by media itself, the Commissioner said.
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