03.11.2010 Mumbai, November 3 (ANI): Joint Commissioner of Police, Law and Order, Rajneesh Seth and Joint Commissioner of Police, Traffic, VivekPhansalkar of Mumbai Police on Tuesday jointly addressed a press conference giving ...
Security is tight in Mumbai ahead of the arrival of US President Barack Obama. While many city streets will be accessible as usual... some restrictions will be put in place.Mumbai police officials say they've made elaborate arrangements for when U.S. President Barack Obama arrives on Saturday.During President Obama's visit to the city, people will not be banned from using popular roads.[Rajneesh Seth, Joint Commissioner of Police]:
17.04.2012 [The Hindu] - Mumbai Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) VivekPhansalkar said: “What we have observed is, there is growing irresponsibility.” Asked if there was any pattern in such cases, he said, “Irresponsibility has no patterns. It is all-pervasive.
17.04.2012 [Times of India] - Joint commissioner of police (traffic) VivekPhansalkar said many people preferred whatever mode of transport they could use as all vehicles whether goods carriers, school buses or tempos were allowed to carry passengers.
11.04.2012 [Hindustan Times] - It is the public who needs to cooperate with the police efforts, accept social responsibility and not become party to the offence,” said VivekPhansalkar, joint commissioner of police (traffic).
10.04.2012 [Hindustan Times] - We plan to conduct the drive again and it will be randomly organised so that offenders are caught off guard,” said VivekPhansalkar, joint commissioner of police (traffic). This move, the traffic police said, comes after the successful launch of a