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PHQ asks districts to submit report on polling booths

PHQ asks districts to submit report on polling booths

New Delhi: The Delhi Police Headquarters (PHQ) has asked all the districts to conduct proper checking in booths in their area and submit the report to them, claimed police sources.

It includes those booths where the previous election was held

Police sources told Millennium Post that the district DCsP have asked concerned ACPs and SHOs to conduct a thorough verification of election booths and submit the report to them as soon as possible.

"Before February 28, the report should be sent to PHQ," added sources.

Sources further claimed that the verification includes the sensitivity of the booths and how much force required there to tackle any untoward incident.

The Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik is also keeping a tab on the preparation of election and will hold a meeting on "Election Preparations" and upcoming police week with other senior

officers.

During police week, the law enforcement agency organises various interactive programmes with people belonging to different walks of life like school teachers, students, college students.

The programmes help to bridge the gap between police and public and also to sensitise them about the importance of rules and following the same. Recently, Delhi Police asked all districts to submit the list of sub-inspectors and above the rank inspectors posted in all districts with their present or permanent address and also who have completed three years in the district or would be completing three years on before May 31.

Search for Best Police Stations in Capital

Police sources claimed that a recent meeting held between three senior officers of Delhi Police in order to search the best police stations in the national Capital.

Sources claimed that all the police ranges will send names of at least two best police stations from their respective districts.

Later, the team of senior police officers will review that stations on the basis of ten points criteria including cleanness. "There will be several revisits in order to make sure that the police stations are fulfilling the criteria and later, the name of three best police stations will be decided," added police source.

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