Union Home Minister Amit Shah presided over a meeting with the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and Delhi Police in the Capital on Tuesday, ahead of the Independence Day celebrations.
The conference was attended by Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora, the NIA Director General, the Home Secretary, and other key authorities.
Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora went to the Parliament to meet Amit Shah.
“The Police Commissioner of Delhi, Shri Sanjay Arora called on Union Home Minister Shri @AmitShah,” Shah’s office tweeted.
On Monday, Sanjay Arora, a 1988-batch IPS officer from the Tamil Nadu cadre, took over as Delhi Police Commissioner. Arora took over as Delhi Police Commissioner after Rakesh Asthana stepped down on Sunday.
Arora was greeted with a guard of honour earlier in the day at the Delhi Police Headquarters in the New Delhi region.
Hours after assuming the office as the Delhi Commissioner of Police, he tweeted, “Today, I took charge as CP, Delhi. The rich legacy of @DelhiPolice is marked with the highest citizen services & sacrifices for ensuring the National Capital’s safety and security. I am confident that together, we will carry forward this spirit and also set new benchmarks in policing,” he said from the official Twitter handle of the Delhi Police chief, the @CPDelhi.”
In a video message to the Delhi Police, Arora said that it was a moment of pride for him to work with the Delhi Police which has witnessed various incidents and events in the past 75 years.
Arora has served as the Superintendent of Police of the Tamil Nadu Police Special Task Force, which was set up to hunt down forest brigand Veerappan and he was awarded the Chief Minister’s gallantry medal for his bravery.
Yesterday, the Delhi Police Commissioner visited Red Fort to inspect the security arrangements ahead of Independence Day on Tuesday evening.
Sanjay Arora presided over a meeting with top police officers on Monday to assess the security situation in the national capital ahead of the Independence Day celebrations.
During the era, the CP asked the cops to be more attentive.