Polls: Police urge people to remain alert
New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Monday met members from RWAs and market associations in order to brief them about anti-terror measures. A police booth was also inaugurated during the programme.
According to police, in the meeting Deputy Commissioner of Police (Dwarka) Anto Alphonse made people aware about anti-terror measures in Dwarka sector 12.
"The RWAs and associations were told that during the election or any festivals alertness among the people can avert any untoward incident," police said.
The DCP during his speech also gave focus on the police verification of their employees including workers, drivers.
"There should be complete details of the person whom vehicles are being sold and maintain hawk-eye vigil on the PGs, guest houses, cafes and inform police about any suspicious activities were other points told during the meeting," said police officer adding that the answers were given to the questions asked by the RWAs and market associations.
The people were also informed about the various initiatives taken by Delhi Police for their safety.