Police sources said that Shrivastava held a meeting with senior officers in the city police on September 19, where he directed all Deputy Commissioners of Police to closely supervise cases related to crimes against women and those registered under the POCSO Act. They were asked to ensure that no chargesheet is pending unduly beyond the prescribed time limit, police sources said.
In the first five months of the current year, over 1,300 cases related to crimes against women were registered with Delhi Police. According to data, more than 850 of these have been solved.
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September 25, 2020