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Delhi Police told to put up CCTV cameras

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New Delhi, Dec 13 (IANS) The Delhi High Court on Thursday asked Delhi Police to install CCTV cameras in various police stations in accordance with the time frame set by them.

Lawyers Rahul Mehra and Rajesh Mahajan, representing the police, told a bench of Justices Sanjiv Khanna and A.J. Bhambani that in 91 police stations, CCTVs had been installed and were functional.

The cameras would be installed in 54 police station by December 15 while in the remaining police stations this work would be completed by January 15r, the police informed the court.

Meanwhile, the Delhi Government submitted a time frame on filing vacant posts in the forensic science laboratory in the national capital.

The court was hearing a public interest litigation initiated after the December 2012 gangrape with social activist Ajay Gautam seeking installation of CCTV cameras at police stations to ensure transparency.


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