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Govt to rope in retired IPS officers for school students' safety

Manish Sisodia says with the help of these retired IPS officers, safety and security orientation programmes can be organsied in Delhi schools

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Govt to rope in retired IPS officers for school students' safety
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In the wake of the brutal murder of a seven-year-old student of Gurugram's Ryan International School, the Delhi government has decided to rope in retired IPS officers to ensure safety and secuirty of school students across the Capital.

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia chaired a meeting with several retired IPS officers of the city recently and urged them to "voluntarily" work for the cause. "It would be really helpful if retired IPS officers come forward and voluntarily help the Delhi government to ensure safety of children in schools across the Capital," he said.

Sisodia said with the help of these retired IPS officers, safety and security orientation programmes can be organsied in Delhi schools. "Neighborhood watch teams can be created with the help of retired IPS officers. The officials can visit nearby schools and advise authorities regarding the safety and security measures," he said.

The association of retired IPS officers has vowed to give every possible support to the Delhi government.

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