Delhi Police: If the system is bad, how will the security of Delhi be, after the Kanjhawala incident, questions started to arise about PCR

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After the Kanjhawala incident, questions are raised about the PCR system. On the night of December 31, PCR vans were stationed at five points, 13 kilometers from Sultanpuri to Kanjhawala. Seeing Anjali being dragged from the car, passersby made 17 PCR calls. After receiving information that the girl had been dragged from the car, the employees of two PCRs refused to enter the route, saying that there was no area.

After this, three PCRs also talked about getting nothing on the road after circling here and there. After all this, questions began to arise about the entire PCR system. In fact, former police commissioner Rakesh Asthana had abolished the PCR unit and added the PCR vans to the police stations.

After this, the personnel posted to the PCR van started arguing over the area of ​​the police station. In the old system, the PCR van deployed throughout the district, upon receiving a call, went to the area of ​​each police station. After the Kanjhawala incident, the entire PCR system was requested to be reassessed.

Amid the questions about the PCR system, six reporters from Amar Ujala did a reality check of PCR vans on six different routes. The situation was perceived as very pathetic in most places. In such a situation, the question arises as to how the residents of Delhi will be protected.

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