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    Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi, wants to meet with the Lieutenant Governor (LG) to discuss the current situation in Delhi. He thinks that the law and order situation in Delhi is getting worse and more people are being murdered every day. Kejriwal wants the Delhi Police to be under the control of the Delhi Government. He also thinks that the police station level committee needs to be reconstituted. Kejriwal wants peace and order in Delhi to be improved with the help of people, MLAs, and RWAs.

    Kejriwal wrote a letter to LG V.K. Saxena, proposing a meeting of the Delhi Cabinet to discuss the problem. He said that four murders happened in different parts of Delhi in the last 24 hours, which is a big problem. Kejriwal is worried that people in Delhi are feeling insecure. He wants LG and Union Home Minister Amit Shah to take concrete steps to improve the law and order situation in Delhi.

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    Kejriwal urged LG to take quick and effective action to address the law and order situation in Delhi so that people feel secure. Kejriwal stated that he wants to extend his full cooperation in ensuring law and order inside Delhi and protecting the public’s interests.

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