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The remand of the accused is ending today. Police may also get the FSL report today and the police may also submit the report in this matter to the Ministry of Home Affairs today or tomorrow. According to media reports, the accused in Kanjhawala case will be heard in Rohini court today.
According to the information, a report is being prepared to be given to the Ministry of Home Affairs under the leadership of Special Commissioner of Delhi Police Shalini Singh in the Sultanpuri case. Delhi Police will submit the report to the Home Ministry today or tomorrow. On Tuesday, Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora met the Union Home Secretary and informed him about everything.
Taking cognizance of the Sultanpuri incident, the Ministry of Home Affairs had directed to prepare a complete investigation report of the matter. For this, a team was formed under the leadership of Special Commissioner of Delhi Police Shalini Singh. In the early hours of Tuesday, Special Commissioner Shalini Singh along with her team reached the spot and inspected the entire area. Also got information about the steps taken by the police after the incident.
Official sources say that the investigation report has been prepared and information has also been given about the steps taken in the matter. Delhi Police will submit the report to the Home Ministry today or tomorrow. Earlier on Tuesday, Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora reached the office to meet the Union Home Secretary, where he informed the Home Secretary about everything.
Delhi Women’s Commission gave suggestions to the Ministry of Home Affairs on women’s safety
The Delhi Commission for Women has given several suggestions regarding the safety of women in the capital. He has recommended various measures to improve the functioning of Delhi Police. Commission Chairperson Swati Maliwal has written a letter to the Union Home Secretary in this regard. He has also taken up the issue of death of a girl after she was run over by a car in Kanjhawala area.
Maliwal reminded the Ministry of Home Affairs of the heinous gang rape case of Nirbhaya and said that nothing has changed since then. On an average, more than six rapes are taking place in Delhi every day. Even an 8-month-old girl and a 90-year-old woman have been brutally raped in the capital.
A high-level committee headed by the Home Minister was formed
She has recommended setting up of a high-level committee in the Ministry of Home Affairs under the chairmanship of the Home Minister to improve the functioning of the police and include the Lieutenant Governor, the Chief Minister, the Home Secretary, the Commissioner of Police and the Chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women and they will meet once a month. empowered to act and formulate a coordinated strategy to deal with crime against women in the capital.
Further, the commission has recommended immediate steps to enhance the accountability of the Delhi Police and sensitize its officers on issues related to crime against women and girls in the capital. The Commission has recommended that the Home Ministry should set an example in the Kanjhawala case by taking action against the police officers who failed to save the girl after she was dragged for 13 kilometers on the streets of Delhi. He has also recommended increasing the human resource in Delhi Police and modernizing the Delhi Police and providing them with state-of-the-art infrastructure to deal with crime against women in the capital.
made the friend of the deceased stand in the dock
The Delhi Women’s Commission has put the friend of the deceased in the dock in the Sultanpuri incident. Maliwal said that it was a surprising step to go to the house of the friend of the deceased after the incident. What kind of friend is this who did not come forward to save her friend. He did not stop the boys in the car, did not tell the police and any relative of the victim girl. He has also directed to investigate the friend of the victim girl.