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Feb 21, 2019
8:32PM

Delhi LG reviews Delhi Police preparedness for upcoming Lok Sabha elections

ANI
Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal today reviewed Delhi Police's preparedness for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. During the meeting, Mr. Baijal asked the police to focus on efficient operation of control room for timely redressal of complaints regarding poll code violation. 

According to an official release, the L-G desired that the assessment of force requirement be meticulously done and the Home Ministry and the agencies concerned be suitably informed about it well in time. 

The meeting was attended by Additional Chief Secretary Renu Sharma, Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik and other senior officers of the Delhi government and police.

In the meeting, the  LG was informed by the police that special drives against history-sheeters, proclaimed absconders, fugitive criminals and illicit liquor, among others will be undertaken in view of the general elections.
 

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