Najeeb Jung Asks Delhi Police Measures Taken Up Girl Safety

To check the number of rape cases reported from over the national capital, on Thursday Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung asked Delhi Police to give complete details on measures taken for safety of women in the city. In an audit meeting with top Delhi Police authorities held in the Capital, Jung issued guidelines to make girls school more secure in Delhi. The L-G likewise coordinated to expand the gap between two shifts in schools so that there are less instances of eve-teasing.

Delhi police measures taken up girl safety

Delhi Police big officials has asked region heads and units to give the detail elements of implementation of decision taken in the meeting by L-G as quickly as time permits. In the wake of getting answers from different offices and heads, Delhi Police will brief the LG with respect to the strides taken. A couple of weeks back, a meeting was led by Jung on safety of women in the Capital where the Delhi Police were advised to execute different measures to guarantee security of minor girls particularly those setting off to the schools.

It was additionally seen that hospitals have no detached places where rape victims can be dealt independently. The L-G has asked hospitals and police to ensure that hospitals assign isolated places where rape survivor can be addressed or treated separately. Another real issue which was talked about is safety review of helpless spots which are inclined to crime. Delhi Police will need to provide details of the zone and measures to LG subsequent to leading a safety review of different areas. According to Delhi Police, one of the majorĀ purposes for four south Delhi zones being recorded in the main five is that women have zero resilience.