Sources said police have not given them a clean chit yet, and are trying to probe if hospital staff was involved in the illegal sale and purchase of kidneys.
Delhi Police hopes the move will add more “structure” to the manner in which constables patrol the streets.
The Delhi Police has busted a kidney racket and four arrests have been made.
DCP (New Delhi) B K Singh said different unions had requested permission for the demonstration at Jantar Mantar Sunday.
The DCP said they have issued showcause notice to five policemen and an explanation was issued to the SHO concerned.
There are about 5,850 officers posted in the 850 PCR vans that traverse the length and breadth of the capital, but only 350 are women.
The Delhi PCR unit has about 1,000 vans of models — Maruti Gypsy and Toyota Innova.
Police said the bus carrying the wedding party had broken down near Pushpa Vihar, following which a new bus was arranged.
The accused was held for rape, murder of woman made claim during interrogation
Additional DCP (south) Chinmoy Biswal said, “We registered an FIR after receiving a complaint from Vijaypal. The four policemen have been sent to District Lines and an enquiry is underway.”
According to reports, one of the deceased, Bhupendra, had several criminal cases registered against him.
Sources said the notification has not clearly mentioned whether it covers vehicles in the forces.
Delhi Police received a PCR call at around 10.25 am this morning informing them of the attack.
The crime took place on Saturday night when the victim and her sister were leaving Hauz Khas Village and were looking for transport to head to their Munirka home.
Both personnel are posted at Harsh Vihar police station in northeast Delhi.