Provide all possible assistance to homeless PHQ to officers
| Monday | 2nd December, 2019
New Delhi: Homeless people living in the city struggle to cope with winter's chill every year especially those who lives in the vicinity of Yamuna river.
Similarly, in a recent move, the Delhi Police Headquarters (PHQ) has asked its districts and units to interact with homeless living inside shelter homes and provide them assistance related to safety and security.
The letter further stated, "The concerned police officers may also be directed to provide assistance to Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) rescue teams constituted for the rescue of homeless persons to the nearby night shelters in case of any law and order problem."
Sources further said that during the meeting, a senior DUSIB official explained to the meeting attendees about the issues regarding proper operation and maintenance of shelter homes.
He further highlighted the preparedness of DUSIB for the homeless population in more than 190 shelter homes across the city, having the capacity of over 16,000 people.
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