In a letter to Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi, the Chief Minister's Office also asked him to provide details of officers serving in various posts despite completing their tenure.

The government asked it wanted to install CCTV cameras in the police stations as it regularly receives large number of public complaints about non-registration of FIRs and expressed readiness to bear the cost of the project.

Delhi Police functions under direct administrative control of the Home Ministry. In the letter, the government cited it sought the details in accordance with the notification issued by the President on September 24, 1998 which states that the Lt Governor of Delhi has to exercise his powers with respect to police in consultation with the Chief Minister.

The AAP government also said that sought the states of implementation of the 2006 Supreme Court judgment on police reforms and all states were required to implement it.

"Government has sought the copy of transfer and posting policy of Delhi Police. Besides, it has asked the commissioner to forward a list of officers serving in their present posts despite having completed their tenures according to the policy," said a senior official.

The official said Bassi has been asked to send government list of all SHOs and inspectors in city, including their dates of posting in present positions.

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