The accused, 33-year-old Krishna, has four criminal cases, including one murder, one attempt to murder and one burglary, against him
Delhi police said they scanned footage from hundreds of CCTV cameras from the area to nab the accused.
After investigation, the Delhi Police has found that the Snapchat conversation has no connection with the Bois locker room and a girl faked her name as Siddharth only to check the values and character of the boy she was chatting with.
“There is nothing to be afraid of. The way they acted today, They just wanted to make a spectacle so people get scared. They want to create a sense of panic among people to quell protests completely.”
The women patrolling team will take rounds around the area in two time slots – from 11 am to 1 pm and 5 pm to 7 pm when school shut and young girls leave school to go home and secondly when women and girls come out to visit parks in the evening, DCP said.
While the Delhi police have officially reported a decline in criminal cases, the capital is yet to be absolved from the tag of Rape Capital of the country.
“Never drive men and women in uniform to the wall and let them lose faith in their own service and own seniors,” Kiran Bedi said.
Delhi Police have deployed as many as 18 all-women patrolling teams including 36 officers to sensitize women about SOS application.
The cops also spread awareness on the new emergency number 112.
An FIR for the alleged offences of cheating (section 420), criminal intimidation (section 506) and criminal conspiracy (section 120B) under the Indian Penal Code 1860 was lodged against the woman on March 3.
“Armed forces are entering houses at night, picking up boys, ransacking houses, deliberately spilling rations on the floor, mixing oil with rice, etc.” activist Shehla Rashid had commented.
In a matter of a few weeks, two cases of sexual crimes against women by the constables of Delhi Police have been registered.
Most of the drivers come from lower income groups and hence, are prone to a patriarchal mindset. Thus, they need thorough gender sensitisation.