Things have started to look up on the law and oder front. Though murders, cases of car jacking, burglary and break-ins continue to be reported, chain snatching and eve-teasing incidents have almost stopped.
Asha Rani of DLF Phase III said there was a sudden decline in the incidents of chain, purse and mobile snatching in her locality. “For the last one month, I have not heard of any incidents of biker gangs striking in our locality. It had become impossible for us to go for walks or to the market because of these bikers gangs that created havoc on roads.”
Gurgaon Police Commissioner Mohinder Lal said his department had successfully nailed these gangs and the incidents of snatching have come to a stop. “We are on the verge of a major change in the policing system. In few days, we are going to unveil an entirely unconventional style of policing which would be hi-tech with a human interface,” he said.
Besides, digital trucking system will allow the police personnel to communicate with each other more effectively. The Gurgaon police department has also developed a software for people to be able to interact with the police personnel at their own convenience, Lal said.