Employees who suffer daily mayhem at New Delhi’s CGO complex will be in safe hands henceforth. Come Tuesday, 50 women constables will be deployed to manage traffic there, the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP) has announced.
These women commandos will work as a watchdog for commuters. They are deployed to manage and wash away the traffic mess at the CGO Complex where all paramilitary force including BSF, CRPF, CISF, ITBP and NDRF, besides other government offices are stationed.
Apart from patrolling the office headquarters, these cops will ensure whereabouts of more than 10,000 employees who report to work every day. They will monitor the traffic caused by around 3,000 vehicles that are parked in the complex.
Since the last two years, the complex is in absolute need of managing its traffic snarls. This has led to many problems in workers’ everyday lives.
A senior officer told the India Today, “While the CGO has space for 1000 vehicles, the vehicles parked are at least three times the number, with government, paramilitary and civil vehicles looking to park in a cramped space”.
However, before the big step, a high-level meet and Home Ministry’s approval are needed. ITBP is in talks to deploy as many as 50 women commandos manning the CGO complex.
You can spot them cream shirt with camouflaged pants. The commandos will also have an arm band similar to the military police of the Indian Army.
The team of women officers will take care of the daily problems of passengers face and managing their traffic safety is the crucial point. The women have been trained by the Delhi Traffic Police.
We wish them good luck.