New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Monday discussed law and order, women's safety, anti-terror measures and community policing with Delhi Police officials and assured them help to modernise the force.
"I discussed with senior police officials about how can we modernise Delhi Police to tackle the law and order problems in the national capital," Rajnath Singh told reporters after a meeting with Commissioner of Police B.S. Bassi.
Rajnath Singh, who visited the Delhi Police headquarters, said the central government would provide all help to the city police force in its "modernisation programme".
Home ministry officials said the minister also met other police officials and was given a detailed presentation by Bassi.
Rajnath Singh visited the central police control room and integrated command centre.
Delhi Police are under the administrative jurisdiction of the union home ministry.