Rohini becomes third police dist to digitise all malkhanas
NEW DELHI: After South East Delhi and Shahdara, Rohini has become the third district to achieve complete digitisation of malkhanas in all its 11 police stations. Commissioner Amulya Kumar Patnaik inaugurated the Rohini e-malkhana project at KN Katju Marg police station on Friday.
The digitisation of all case properties, their bar-coding, packaging, ordered arrangement in proper shelves and sheds is another step for Delhi Police towards achieving the objective of SMART policing.
Speaking on the occasion, Patnaik said, "Maintenance of malkhana has always been a priority to keep the case property in safe custody and its retrieval for presenting before the court, and back safely.
"After digitisation, it would be easy to retrieve the case property and would also save valuable time and energy."
Synchronisation of the functioning of malkhanas in Rohini's 11 police stations was a big challenge, Patnaik said, and commended the Rohini police for their dedication and extra efforts in digitising such a large number of case properties in short time.
The e-malkhana project has paved way for more professional handling of case properties. This, in turn, has led to cleaning and clearing of police station premises, thereby creating more space and making the area presentable, people-friendly and welcoming.
Special CP of Law and Order (North) Sandeep Goel, Joint CP (Central Range) Rajesh Khurana, Joint CP (Transport Range) Atul Katiyar, Joint CP (Eastern Range) Ravindra Yadav, Joint CP (Northern Range) Sagarpreet Hooda, other senior police officers and representatives of RWAs also attended at the programme.