Through the letter, the Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, has expressed his willingness to offer full cooperation in establishing the rule of law and protecting the interests of the people in the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi. Specifically, the letter refers to ensuring the rule of law in the National Capital Territory of Delhi.
Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, sent a letter to VK Saxena, the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, on Tuesday (June 20), expressing his grave worry over the startling rise in the number of severe crimes committed within the nation’s capital. In his letter, Chief Minister Kejriwal raised concerns about the deteriorating law and order situation in the nation’s capital.
The Chief Minister of Delhi underscored the gravity of the issue by pointing out that four killings have taken place in the city in the previous twenty-four hours alone, which has caused locals to feel distressed and has significantly raised their level of worry.
In the letter that he sent to the Lieutenant Governor, Chief Minister Kejriwal pleaded with him to take prompt and efficient action in order to restore the faith of the people in the stability and protection of their lives.
“The city of Delhi has been rocked by such horrific crimes. According to the contents of the letter, “it is high time that those entrusted with the responsibility of ensuring the safety of lives of residents of Delhi should not be seen as failing time and again in their mandatory duty.”
Through the letter, Chief Minister Kejriwal expressed his willingness to provide full cooperation in ensuring the rule of law and protecting the interests of the people in the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi. He also stated that he was willing to give full cooperation in ensuring the rule of law.
The Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, drew attention to the most recent report from the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) and emphasised that the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) and the Lieutenant Governor, who are both directly accountable for maintaining the peace and order in Delhi, should have taken notice.
According to the findings of the survey, out of India’s 19 major metropolitan cities, Delhi alone was responsible for 32.20 percent of all crimes committed against women. According to what is written in the letter, “given such alarming figures, urgent preventive steps on crimes against women were required; unfortunately, for reasons best known to the MHA and your goodself, nothing changed on the ground.”
In an effort to find a solution to this serious problem, Chief Minister Kejriwal has suggested that the Delhi Cabinet and the Lieutenant Governor get together for a fruitful conversation and an open exchange of ideas. In addition, he urged that officers of the law participate in joint meetings with elected members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs), councillors, and members of Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) in order to investigate efficient solutions for the reduction of crime in the nation’s capital.