Delhi Police Commissioner S.N. in view of the demonstrations of farmers on different boundaries of Delhi in protest against the three new agricultural laws of the Center. Srivastava reviewed law and order and settlement in the capital on Saturday. The deadlock between the government and farmers regarding agricultural laws still persists. The farmers, who are adamant on repealing the laws, have announced a cross-border battle with the government on this issue. For this, the farmers’ movement on the borders of Delhi continues even today on the 80th day.
During the crime review meeting with senior officers of the police force, the police commissioner reviewed the action taken against the criminals involved in the burglary, NDPS Act related to narcotics, Excise Act and other gambling related cases, officials said. . Srivastava stressed the need for effective and sustainable steps to reduce such crimes.
He insisted on regularly checking the list of offenders, including those in jail or on bail or on parole. The commissioner emphasized the assessment of performance of anti-snatch teams and regular use of crime teams.
Delhi Police Commissioner SN Shrivastava today reviewed the law & order situation and arrangements at Delhi borders, in connection with the farmers’ protest pic.twitter.com/t3g3ZncvWa
– ANI (@ANI) February 13, 2021
Additional Public Relations Officer (PRO) of Delhi Police, Anil Mittal said that during the meeting, the Special Commissioner of Police (Expedition) briefed Srivastava about the Kovid-19 anti-vaccination campaign being run for Delhi Police personnel.
Srivastava also awarded the police team involved in solving the real estate jewelery showroom robbery case. The robbery took place in the Maurya Enclave police station area in January. On the basis of technical and local intelligence, the police arrested eight people involved in the crime and six people who bought the stolen goods. The police team recovered 6.5 kg of weight jewelry and two cars from the accused.
It is worth noting that on January 26, farmers took out a tractor parade in support of the demand of farmers’ organizations to withdraw the three new agricultural laws of the Center. During this time there were violent clashes with his police and some protesters reached the Red Fort. He had placed peasant organizations’ flags and religious flags on the ramparts of the Red Fort. More than 500 police personnel were also injured in this violence.