The Meeting Of Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal And Police Commissioner
The division of power of the national capital Delhi between the Delhi Government and the Lieutenant Governor has been a great issue between the Central and AAP government. One of the main issues of this division of power is the control over Delhi police.
After the recent meeting of the Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal and Delhi’s Police Commissioner B.S. Bassi, Kejriwal asked the Prime Minister to look keep an eye on the working of the Delhi police at least for an hour for one day. If he does not have time to do this then he should give control to the AAP government. Satyendra Jain the Home Minister of Delhi told the media that when they asked the Police Commissioner to give the details on the number of FIR’s registered on the basis of complaints by women and FIR’s not registered by police then he replied that Prime Minister has not much time for Delhi Police. B.S. Bassi said that Delhi Police do not work under anyone’s pressure and were an “independent machinery”. He also added that he had worked under both UPA and NDA governments and none of them pressurized him for doing anything.
The meeting was held in order to discuss the issue of increasing rate of crimes especially against women and how to resolve this issue. The incident of brutal stabbing and murder of 19-year old girl in west Delhi’s Anand Parbat area last week has put questions on the law and order of the capital. Moreover, Bassi also met Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung before meeting Kejriwal. This meeting was also important as it was being held after remark of Arwind Kejriwal on Delhi Police in his interview with India Today Group Consulting Editor Rajdeep Sardesai.
Due to this lack of power Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal is demanding a full state status for Delhi. So, that with enough power he could take decisions freely. But the conflict between the Central government and Delhi’s Government has made situations difficult for the people of Delhi. It is very important for them to come together and discuss the issue and find solutions to resolve the problem in order to make Delhi safe and secure for everyone.
The cases of rape and many other issues of harassments against women are increasing day by day. It has been very shameful on our part that we as a human being do not raise voice against such issues. We do not raise our voice when we see any women in trouble and instead try to ignore the situation. On the other hand we should always fight against any such criminal act that we are encountered with instead of protesting later while carrying out candle march. So, there is a need of self introspection and as a human being we should help others if we see anyone in problem as in future we might also face such circumstances.
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