Delhi Police launches e-FIR app, will now be able to file theft report sitting at home

New Delhi: Delhi Police has given a big relief to the residents of the capital. Now if there is a theft in someone's house or shop, there will be no need to go to the police station, people will be able to file a report online. For this, Delhi Police has launched an e-FIR app. Giving information in this regard, Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana said that this will save people's time and action will also be taken soon. He said that at present cases of theft of vehicles, simple theft and non-cognizable report can be registered.

In an order on Tuesday, the Delhi Police Commissioner said, "A series of web applications have been created by the Delhi Police for a complete change of the system, so that the complainants can file an FIR and get a copy of the same immediately without going to the police station." From January 26, 2022, anyone in the Delhi Police can apply for an e-FIR. He said that this activation will make the lives of citizens easier through hassle free registration. This will facilitate immediate investigation and systematic documentation.

Explaining the objectives of the application, the Delhi Police Commissioner said that immediate registration of an online FIR for the stolen property in Delhi through the web will facilitate the investigating officers to complete the investigation steps and documents and timely disposal to reduce pendency of cases in police stations and courts.

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