Its known that US President Barack Obama accepted Prime Minister Modi's invite to be the chief guest at India's 66th Republic Day Parade on January 26 .Barack Obama will be in the nation’s capital two weeks from today and arrangement s going on full swing. Ahead of Obama’s visit as guest of honor for the Republic Day, security agencies are on an overdrive and installed 15,000 cctv cameras in the capital.
Delhi High Court on Friday literally chided out the government and police mentioning that they are too smart when it comes to US presidents security, but failing to act fast when it comes to meet the needs of the Indian citizens.
The high court bench made these comments while hearing an application seeking that the cameras being put up for Obama’s security should not be removed after the event in light of several rape incidents.
The court further said "Because of a foreign President you people(govt and police) do it, but not for Indian citizens. If we ordered for same in case of our citizens , you do in months and years.Let's get someone from outer space."
The court also issued notice to the Centre asking their response on whether the cameras will be removed post presidents visit.