Justice Usha Mehra Commission Submitted its Report to the Union Government of India
Justice Usha Mehra Commission constituted to identify the lapses on Delhi gang rape incident submitted its report to the Government on 22 Feb 2013.
Justice Usha Mehra Commission on 22 February 2013 submitted its report to on the 16 December 2012 Delhi gang-rape incident to the Union Government of India. The report was received by the Union Minister of Law and Justice Ashwani Kumar and the Union Home Secretary R.K. Singh.
Major findings of the Usha Mehra Commission
• Lack of Coordination between the Police and the transport department
• Lack of cooperation between the police of National Capital Territory and National Capital Region plays a great role in escape of the criminals from one place to another
• Lack of PCR vans and public transport facility in Delhi
Usha Mehra Commission
The Usha Mehra Commission was constituted by the Union Government on 26 December 2012 to inquire into the different aspects of the brutal rape and assault incident of the girl on 16 December 2012 on the streets of Delhi. The commission was asked to submit the report within three months. Retired Delhi High Court Judge, Usha Mehra was the head of this commission.