NEW DELHI: When Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal attacked the Delhi Police over the continuing killings in the national capital, the police also gave a befitting reply to Kejriwal. In fact, Kejriwal questioned the Delhi Police as to who should people approach for security? In response, Delhi Police told Kejriwal through data that the crime rate in Delhi is steadily declining.
It may be noted that nine murders have taken place in three separate incidents since Saturday. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) attacked the Central Government for deteriorating law and order. Delhi CM Kejriwal said serious crimes are on the rise in the capital. He said that in such a case, the public should be knocked on the door for safety. He also held the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), its MPs, the Deputy Governor and the Union Home Minister responsible for the deteriorating law and order situation.
Kejriwal tweeted, "Delhi is witnessing an alarming rise in serious crimes. An elderly couple and their servant were found dead in Vasant Vihar. In Delhi, nine murders have taken place in the last 24 hours. In response to this, the Delhi Police said, "Delhi has not committed such crimes. Heinous crimes have decreased by 10 percent this year compared to 2018. Similarly, heinous crimes against the elderly have decreased by 22 per cent," he said.