The Delhi Police on Wednesday shared intelligence inputs on suspected terror activities with their counterparts from neighbouring States.
“The objective of the inter-State meeting was to share terror-related intelligence and inputs on various extremist outfits and their designs. Addressing the participants from Jammu and Kashmir, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab and Uttarakhand, Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar stressed the need for increase in police presence, intensive and coordinated searches at vulnerable points and tenant verifications,” said a police officer.
The Police Commissioner also highlighted the importance of checking guesthouses and sensitising cyber café owners, second-hand car dealers, transporters, property dealers, cycle sellers, chemical dealers and public telephone booth owners in strengthening counter-terror mechanism. The issues of surveillance on inter-State criminals, human trafficking and proliferation of counterfeit currency notes besides gun-running were also discussed during the meeting.
“Traffic-related issues for regulating entry of commercial vehicles into the city were also taken up. We deliberated upon the need for removal of dark films from vehicles. Our counterparts from the neighbouring States were also asked to follow the guidelines for transport vehicles chalked out after the Vasant Vihar gang-rape case,” said the officer.