NEWDELHI: Commuters who face harassment, stalking or theft in Delhi Metro will not have to go to police stations to lodge a complaint. The Delhi Police has issued an order, asking its staff to be present at their booths at 23 Metro stations and help passengers in filing complaints.
According to the order, police personnel will be present at the booths between 9am and 5pm. Once more staff is available, the facility will be extended roundthe-clock and across all Metro stations. The booths will also be provided computers so that e-FIRs can be filed.
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NEWDELHI: The Delhi police are all set to start a pilot project at 10 Metro stations where travellers will be able to relay information about the auto drivers and their location to police in real time. The tracking system will run on the Himmat phone application. The drivers will have to display the QR code at the back of their seat. Continue reading
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