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Rajnath asks Delhi Police to treat people in more friendly manner

ONKAR SINGH / NEW DELHI

राजनाथ सिंहHome Minister Rajnath Singh has asked the Delhi Police to change its attitude and treat the people in a more friendly manner.

He said, police officials should make pay attention towards this.

Mr Singh said this while addressing the gathering on the occasion of the flagging off a fleet of 300 modified motorcycles- Raftaar of Delhi Police to tackle street crimes and make the city safer for women.

The Home Minister also asked the Delhi police to become a role model for other States Police forces.

He also asked it to take stern action against those involved in criminal activities.Speaking about enhancing the strength of the police, Mr Singh said, the Home Ministry is considering to fill up 12 thousand posts out of which approval has been given for the recruitment of 4000 posts.

The Home Minister said, 300 more such modified motorcycles will be inducted soon in the Delhi Police for better patrolling.

These motorcycles are equipped with modern communications technology, GPS and alarm system.

Delhi LG Anil Baijal and Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik was also present on the occasion.

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