Wednesday, May 11, 2016
If no response by dialing 100 or any other such emergency helpline numbers, the Court is the best recourse now..
The High Court of Delhi recently on 10th May 2016, issued notices to the Centre, Delhi government and Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung, seeking explanation over the malfunctioning of Delhi Police’s helpline number 100. “It is a serious issue. ‘Dial 100’ is meant for public and if it is not answered in emergency, what more we can expect?” a bench comprising Chief Justice G. Rohini and Justice Jayant Nath was quoted as saying and adding further as follows too, "If there was no answer to a call made by a judge, what would happen when a common man dials it in emergency", said the the Delhi High Court today while expressing concern over the "poor" response on the police emergency helpline number, '100'." It seems that If no response is made now by dialing 100 or any other such emergency helpline numbers, the Court is the best recourse now, as happened even suo moto in aforesaid case of Delhi High Court..
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