New Delhi: A day after Union minister Smriti Irani spotted a CCTV camera pointed at a trial room in a Fabindia stroe in Goa, Delhi Police has launched a drive to check for hidden cameras in and around trial rooms in popular apparel stores across the city.
The top brass of Delhi Police has asked all police districts to ensure that every apparel store is checked for hidden cameras. The footage of the cameras installed near trial rooms and women’s sections are also being scanned for recorded images, a police officer said. The operations are being monitored by the area DCPs.
A senior officer added that a month ago a woman in Lajpat Nagar had complained that the store manager tried to click a photograph of her inside a trial room using his mobile phone.
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