Do not put my image in police stations: New Delhi Police Chief

Sanjay Arora took over because the Delhi Police Commissioner on 1 August.

New Delhi:

Newly appointed Police Commissioner of Delhi Sanjay Arora has directed to not put his pictures on the partitions of places of work of police stations or different items.

Usually, it has been a convention to show pictures of Mahatma Gandhi, the President of India, along with the images of the Commissioner of Police in varied police stations and items.

Nonetheless, Sanjay Arora was not inclined to place his pictures in police stations or any unit connected to the drive, a senior police officer mentioned.

“Subsequently all of the DCPs had been directed that the Delhi Police Commissioner doesn’t need their pictures to be put up in places of work or police stations,” the official mentioned.

The 57-year-old officer took cost because the Delhi Police Commissioner on August 1 after the retirement of 1984-batch IPS officer Rakesh Asthana.

Throughout his final two months earlier than retirement, Mr Asthana had additionally directed the drive to not show his pictures in police stations or items of the Delhi Police.

Sanjay Arora’s appointment as Delhi Police Chief comes after the Union Ministry of Residence Affairs (MHA) authorised his inter-cadre deputation from Tamil Nadu cadre to Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Mizoram and Union Territories (AGMUT) cadre.

In his first video message to colleagues, via the Twitter deal with of Delhi Police, Mr Arora had mentioned that he was honored to work with skilled officers and policemen, and his efforts in sustaining a way of safety among the many public. Recognize your dedication and dedication.

He had careworn on the significance of the function of Delhi Police in offering safety and sustaining legislation and order because the drive carries the duty of the nationwide capital.

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