Delhi Police to create digital database of Rohingya

Delhi Police to create digital database of Rohingya

India Today

The Delhi Police will create a database of Rohingya refugees living in the Capital which will have their biometric details, sources have told Mail Today. They said that the renewed focus on Rohingya count was on top of the priority list of Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik who is set to retire in January 2020.

"All the DCPs have been asked to submit the nationality verification form of Rohingya refugees, having their personal details. The DCPs of all 15 districts are reporting to DCP (Special Branch) for this issue. Further, the Intelligence unit of Delhi Police will submit the final report to the commissioner within this week," said a senior police officer, who did not wish to be named.

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