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Policemen serve tea to ex-criminals
(Statesman 27 October 1981)

    On the eve of Diwali on Sunday, the West Delhi policemen invited over 350 people who are believed to have left the life of crime, for tea in nine police stations of the area.
    The district's outgoing Deputy Commissioner of Police, Mrs Kiran Bedi said in the police records these people were bad characters but were reported to have left the underworld.
    According to her the former criminals took a pledge not to take to crime again. The police assured them that they would not be harassed. In turn, they promised to give information about criminals in the areas unknown to the police.





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