Delhi Metro : 90% pickpockets at Delhi Metro are women, be careful at these 8 stations : CISF
DMRC : Central Power Industrial Security (CENTRAL POWER) . Which is responsible for the safety of Delhi metro stations . These women say that gangs are responsible for more than 90% of pickpocket accidents in Delhi Metro. In 2017 to date, the central force reached 373 pickpockets of which 329 women. The central force also identified Kashmere Gate, Ghazab Chok, Shadara and Diarrhea City Center, Rajiv Chok, Kerti Agar, New Delhi and Tughlakabad these stations is prone to snail.
Who were on board the Metro in groups and be accompanied by children. On the train to fill, to distract unsuspecting victims by exchanging a conversation or drawing attention to the accompanying child. While one of them is removed affected, others choose their pockets as comfortable.
Common complaints in the central force have prompted the construction of an anti-theft squad on each line. Make these teams to identify pickpockets and keep an eye on them. “According to the law, we will not stop anyone from entering municipal buildings, but we know the difference that only comes to the municipal pickpocket.Now, our employees start to follow once entering the land of the municipality and keep the clock to commit any crime,” said the central power official.
On June 2, 21 women were picked up pickpockets. On June 3 and June 4, 15 and 16 women were arrested in their gold jewelry, and the money was stolen from them.
In 2016, at least 438 male and 41 female pickpockets suspects caught by the central force.
On May 22, the robbery of a passenger group of $ 20,000 robbers in Carol Bagh. This organization was later captured by the central force. On May 31, another passenger complained of missing his phone during the Shadipur station. “We analyzed the CCTV footage but had left the subway station at that time.On June 2 they also came from Subhash Agar Metro Station, and stopped by the central force.That often happens in moving a busy train, making it difficult to get evidence,” the official said.