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Baijal reviews general law and order situation in Delhi

New Delhi, Oct 6 (UNI) Lt Governor Anil Baijal today said in place of multiple Apps which have been
launched by Delhi Police for citizens, there should only be one ‘omnibus app’ that integrates all other apps on a single platform.
Mr Baijal, who reviewed general law and order situation in Delhi at a meeting, also noted the steps taken by Delhi Police for curbing serving of liquor in public places, and directed to intensify such drives in collaboration with the officers of Delhi Government's Excise Department, particularly to
check serving liquor to under-aged youngsters.
The Lt Governor stressed that the meetings of District Level Committees be conducted regularly and effectively once a month to provide an effective platform for the people to put forth their grievances and suggestions, an official statement said.
Mr Baijal also advised effective dissemination of information pertaining to various community policing programmes for widespread awareness.
In the meeting, the Lt Governor was informed that compared to last year, this year
there has been a decline in cases of heinous crimes (Dacoity, snatching,
robbery, murder, riot, etc) by as much as 26 per cent including crimes against
women.
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