You are Amit/Amita, a student of class X in Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Mori Gate, Delhi. On your way to school, you have seen that a gang of pick-pocket freely boards the bus; they not only rob the passengers but also threaten them to keep their mouths shut. Write a letter in 100-120 words to the Commissioner of Delhi Police bringing this problem to his notice for immediate action.
Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Mori Gate,
February 23, 2020
The Commissioner of Police,
Subject: Snatching and pick-pocketing in the buses
I would like to draw your kind attention to the problem of pick-pocketing in the buses in Delhi. While commuting to and fro from my school at Mori Gate, I often find that a gang of 4-5 people boards the bus and they quietly cut the pockets of three or four passengers and get down the bus at the next stop.
If any of the passengers happens to see them committing a crime and tries to raise an alarm, they threaten him/her with a knife in hand. The bus conductor pays no heed to their behaviour and remains busy in issuing the tickets.
Sir, it is a matter of great concern. If it is not checked on time, it will affect adversely the law and order situation in the city. Kindly look into the matter and take the necessary action as soon as possible.