Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana has asked the vigilance branch to conduct a fact-finding enquiry after a complaint was filed against a joint commissioner of police (JCP), alleging that he harassed his subordinates and demanded money from them. The complaint was sent to Home Minister Amit Shah in August, following which the police chief’s office directed the vigilance branch to conduct an enquiry.
In other news, to reduce, reuse and recycle plastic waste, New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has launched ‘plastic lao mask pao’ (bring plastic, get mask) campaign at Charkha Museum, Connaught Place in New Delhi. The initiative has been launched by the council along with the Centre for Environment Education (CEE). A kiosk has been installed at the museum where people can come and deposit their plastic waste in exchange for masks and cloth bags.
Meanwhile, the BA (Hons) programme in Political Science at Hindu College received more than 100 applications as of 5 pm on Monday with a 100% best-four subjects score as admissions opened at Delhi University on Monday — and all except one of these perfect scorers were from Kerala.
The college has 20 first-year seats in this course, and Delhi University cannot under the rules turn away any student who meets the cutoff criteria.,best bet today