New Delhi: Senior BJP Leader & Ex. Delhi MLA Vijay Jolly today alleged that pick-pocketers & blade attacker gangs are active and afflicting South Delhi private & DTC public transport buses. The poor citizens traveling in these buses are forced to travel in fear psychosis.
BJP leader Vijay Jolly stated that AAP party Govt. is ruling Delhi. But the ordinary Delhi citizens still feel unsafe. The verbal and administrative regular duels and arguments between Delhi Govt. & Lt. Governor has made Delhi bureaucracy ineffective & left the Delhi citizens hassled & puzzled.
Private & DTC operated passenger buses in South Delhi are abound with organized gangs of pick pocketers in large numbers. They operate collectively and endanger public security. Bus passengers are forced to carry their wallets in their hands rather than in their pockets alleged BJP leader Mr. Jolly.
A bus passenger who raises his voice against being robbed is subjected to grievous blade attacks by the organized criminal gangs in South Delhi. So the ordinary citizen despite being aggrieved – now do not protest and also do not file police report. But are forced to travel in public transport buses under fear psychosis for their physical safety stated Mr. Jolly.
BJP leader Vijay Jolly revealed that these gangs mostly operate in South Delhi especially in – “DMS” Outer Mudrika bus service route which originates from Uttam Nagar, on bus route no. 544 from Badarpur, bus route no. 440 from Ambedkar Nagar, bus route no. 469 Ambedkar Nagar to Anand Vihar, bus route no. 544 from Chirag Dilli & bus route no. 419 from Ambedkar Nagar to Old Delhi are badly afflicted by this malady.
Jolly demanded that Delhi govt. and Delhi police should take adequate measures for public safety & redeem confidence of South Delhi public.
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