In a letter to all resident welfare associations in the constituency, the chief minister said a large number of residents complained of deteriorating law and order situation and that he has sought an appointment with the Lieutenant Governor to discuss the same.
"People have complained of increase in thefts, chain snatching incidents, eve teasing etc. Especially women are feeling very unsafe," he said in the letter.
Arvind Kejriwal also asked the associations to give suggestions to improve the law and order situation.
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