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Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Delhi Police Sets Up Committee To Look Into Long Working Hours Of Officials

NEW DELHI:  Delhi Police has set up a six-member committee to look into the issue of long duty hours of police officials.

The committee, to be chaired by Special Commissioner (Headquarters and Vigilance) Amulya Patnaik, has been entrusted with examining the issue concerning long duty hours of the officials of Delhi Police raised in a writ petition filed by a constable at the Delhi High Court, sources said.

The members of the committee are Special Commissioner (Law & Order/South) P Kamaraj, Special Commissioner (Crime) Taj Hassan, Special Commissioner (Armed Police) RS Krishnia and Deputy Commissioners RA Sanjeev (Establishment) and Shibesh Singh (Legal Cell).

All members of the committee and its chairman were nominated by Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma and the order regarding the same was issued on Friday, the sources said.

"The committee will decide the stand to be taken by Delhi Police before the High Court of Delhi and comment on the points raised in the petition," the order read.

The move comes weeks after an anonymous constable wrote a letter to the police chief highlighting poor working conditions in the force and took up a range of issues including promotion, transfer and the long duty hours.

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