News By/Courtesy: Ishita | 29 Feb 2020 10:19am IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • SN Shrivastava gets additional charge as Delhi Commissioner
  • He has experience in handeling the protests in the valley
  • Main aim to ensure the saety of the people.

New Delhi: Restoring peace after the capital's worst communal riots since 1984 and arresting those responsible, ensuring Delhi is cleared of protests in non-designated-spaces; and controlling street crimes- these are a number of the primary principal tasks that face special commissioner SN Shrivastava when he takes the extra charge because the Delhi's police officer on Sunday.

Since Tuesday night, when the 1985-batch AGMUT cadre officer was repatriated to Delhi Police and asked to "join immediately", Shrivastava has been stationed within the north-east district's DCP (deputy commissioner of police) office. The clashes between Hindus and Muslims within the region claimed 42 lives. Several senior officers, who failed to wish to be named, said that Shrivastava might be busy coping with the aftermath of the riots for weeks. "His job has only begun". Bringing the region back to normalcy must be his focus for ages. Once matters is normal, his work will start. the govt., media and therefore the people will want answers," a senior lawman, who failed to wish to be named, said.

He includes a good knowledge of town and has worked altogether departments. Several cops who served under him within the past said that when a young DCP during the mid- 1990s, Shrivastava went after organised crime and terror modules. In 1998, as DCP of then south-west district, he arrested 4 Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists and neutralised its deputy chief commander Ali Mohammed Dar in Kashmir in an exceedingly joint operation.

Less than 24 hours before he takes over as a chief, Shrivastava and his men are patrolling the streets of north-east Delhi. One officer, who has worked with him within the past said in response to the government's Friday order appointing him because the chief, "One thing is needless to say. Now, no man are going to be able to point a gun at a cop in broad daylight"

Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 01 Mar 2020 9:50am IST


Tags : #delhi #riots #caa #nrc

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