Views: 1 Author: LEDinside James Publish Time: 2019-09-10 Origin: Site
According to Indian media reports, the Delhi High Court of India has instructed the authorities to ensure adequate lighting on the subway and bridge.
Chief Justice D N Patel and Judge C Hari Shankar stated that the frequency of public use of subways and bridges is high and that these areas should be kept clean and open.
"We hereby instruct the government and other departments to take the necessary measures to ensure that the subway has sufficient lighting and that the police patrol the bridge to ensure that the subway and bridge are not abused by anyone."
“Therefore, government departments should manage Delhi's subways and bridges to ensure that the masses have free access to subways and bridges without fear of gangsters.”
It is reported that due to the lack of sufficient lighting on the Delhi subway and bridges, it has been used by criminals and threatened the masses. Therefore, some people have called on the government to take necessary measures to install enough lighting.
In addition, the public also called for the installation of CCTV cameras, proper lighting arrangements, and the deployment of a sufficient number of security personnel inside the subway to quickly deal with criminals.
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