Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday made a surprise inspection of various locations in the national capital, including the New Delhi railway station and a police station, and asked people and government officials about issues like cleanliness.
The home minister visited the New Delhi railway station where he inspected the Sulabh toilet complex and the taxi stand and asked for maintaining cleanliness.
He also visited the Shivaji Stadium bus terminal and asked passengers about transport difficulties.
Rajnath Singh later reached the Paharganj police station in central Delhi and inspected various offices, including the women’s desk, prison rooms, and the functioning of CCTVs.
He had instructed Delhi Police Commissioner B.S. Bassi Oct 4 to clean all police stations and other police complexes.
“There has been a good improvement in the conditions, but a lot more is yet to be done for making the police stations and other complexes environment friendly,” he said.
Continuing with his surprise inspection, he next headed to the office of the deputy commissioner of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation.
Finding old and seized vehicles dumped there, Rajnath Singh directed the official to keep the complex and parking zone neat and clean.
The home minister later visited the casualty and emergency ward of the Lok Nayak Hospital and interacted with people standing in long queues at the pharmacy there.
He asked the hospital’s medical superintendent to ensure that the people get the best possible treatment there. (IANS)