BS Bassi Defends Police Inaction At Patiala House; Talks About JNU Arrests

Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi retires from service February 29 after 39 years in the force. Though in the news for investigation into the alleged acts of sedition in JNU, Bassi assumed command in the wake of the Dec 16 gangrape, which brought police under heavy scrutiny. Under his watch, police ushered in technology to bridge the gap between its men and the public, including mobile apps. Refusing to work purely on the basis of statistics, Bassi has also worked hard to ensure registration of all cases in Delhi and preferred to work harder on heinous crimes rather than property crimes – See more 

Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi retires from service February 29 after 39 years in the force. Though in the news for investigation into the alleged acts of sedition in JNU, Bassi assumed command in the wake of the Dec 16 gangrape, which brought police under heavy scrutiny. Under his watch, police ushered in technology to bridge the gap between its men and the public, including mobile apps. Refusing to work purely on the basis of statistics, Bassi has also worked hard to ensure registration of all cases in Delhi and preferred to work harder on heinous crimes rather than property crimes - See more 

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    SKN
    Feb 29, 2016 at 10:52 am
    Dear IE, can you please report what's happening with JNUSU president's bail hearing. Is anti-national Bi/BJP still framing him on false charges?
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    Dips Barua
    Feb 29, 2016 at 7:35 am
    The only police chief of Delhi in recent history who flaunts a political colour so openly and proudly. Utter shame
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    anonymous
    Mar 1, 2016 at 8:43 pm
    A rogue cop, an evil character in the law-enforcement ever seen in the post independence era.
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    anonymous
    Mar 1, 2016 at 8:50 pm
    Let me add: a BJP activist who did much wrong in the name of law to democracy in India in collusion with Home Minister Raj Nath Singh. Unforgettable evil.
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