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Rajnath Singh urges constant vigilance to curb crime
By TOG News Service
Feb 16, 2018

 TOG News Service, NEW DELHI, FEB 16, 2018: ADDRESSING the gathering on the occassion of the 71st Raising Day Parade of the Delhi Police here today, the Union Minister for Home Affairs, Mr Rajnath Singh, stated that early detection of crime was the most effective deterrent against it. Thereupon, he directed the top brass of the Delhi Police to update the force's crime control strategy. He further called upon the force to acquaint itself with the latest technology, emphasizing that forensics is a key factor in criminal investigation. Thereby, he announced that more forensic laboratories were being set up in the national capital, and with the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Systems (CCTNS) soon to be made fully operational, it would supplement the capabilities of the Delhi Police.


Acknowledging some of the Delhi Police's latest achievements, Mr Singh lauded the force for its recent success in nabbing a wanted terrorist, Junaid, who had been eluding arrest for more than a decade. He also praised the police force's rescue of a kidnapped child. He appreciated the community policing and Intelligent Traffic Management System among other success stories of the Delhi Police. He also presented awards for the Best Police Stations, and stated that the grading of Police Stations, as recommended during the Annual DGPs Conference, would result in healthy competition. He gave the example of how police in the Latin American city of Bogota, the capital of Columbia, once known as the murder capital, brought a turn around and made the city safe. Mr Singh stated that effective strategy crime graph can be checked almost 70% even in metros like Delhi and Mumbai. No criminal dare escape the police net, he added. He emphasized that the people reposed immense faith in the Delhi Police. This is why he stated that the Delhi Police needed to put extra effort and they need to be extra alert and cautious.

On the occasion, Mr Singh also gave away police medals and took salute of an impressive Parade. Notably, he announced a Rupees 5 crore contribution towards the Martyrs' Fund of the Delhi Police.