The plea highlighted defacement of public property in Delhi University, properties within the jurisdiction of the MCDs and the Delhi Metro. It added that it was next to impossible to completely remove the defacement.
The move comes after a 50-year-old man, who was called in by Delhi Police for questioning in connection with a murder case, allegedly committed suicide by jumping in front of a train at Sonipat railway station.
Police said the shopkeeper, identified as Manoj Kumar (40) has been arrested and a departmental enquiry ordered into the matter. DCP (outer) M N Tiwari confirmed the incident, but refused to divulge further details.
“At 2.45 pm on Wednesday, the complainant and his fiance were inside the park when six persons started questioning them and told them they were indulging in inappropriate act at a public place,” a police officer said, adding that they told them that their parents will be informed.
The order was issued on Wednesday evening and was circulated to all special commissioners of police, joint commissioners of police and deputy commissioners of police.
Police said the accused live with their families in Dwarka and that the incident took place when the special commissioner, K K Dahiya, and principal secretary, Varsha Joshi, were returning from the Motor Licencing Office in Dwarka after an inspection.
According to police, on Monday evening, Singh felt that Umesh had tried to irk him. Hours later, bodies of the two brothers were found lying in a pool of blood next to a drain near Singh’s residence.
One licenced pistol, 19 branded watches and 30 gold items were recovered from their possession, police said.
Police also claimed that immediately after the attack, the man “did not say he had been beaten up by the mob”. DCP (south) Ishwar Singh said beating is “unacceptable in any civil society”.
Police said the accused was caught while allegedly accepting the bribe. The complainant alleged that he was called to the office of a senior police officer at Pushpanjali Enclave by his personal assistant (PA), and he met the lawyer there.
The family has denied any property dispute and said robbery was the prime motive. Police have also questioned five painters who were whitewashing the house, after family members said one of the women got into an argument with the men on Friday.
On October 2, the accused, in an alleged inebriated condition, assaulted his wife with bricks outside her house in northeast Delhi’s New Ganga Vihar. When her brother tried to intervene, three of his relatives assaulted him with a knife and beat him up with bricks.
An FIR has been registered, but no arrest has been made.
On Thursday, police decided to carry out bike-checking exercise between 11 pm and 5 am daily. “For this, at least 32 check posts will be set up in separate locations of the district.
After DCP received complaints about his subordinates, he ordered the duty officers of the two units to call him directly after making a daily diary entry.