In Delhi Police is conducting a door to door survey as part of their tenant verification collecting details to ensure safety of Jammu and Kashmir people. This initiative was started after the recent granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir — to ensure peace and public harmony is not disrupted. Delhi Police conducts a tenant verification before Independence Day every year to check documents of all tenants and lodges FIRs against those landlords who have not conducted police verification. This year details of all people from Jammu & Kashmir is being collected and beat staff have been alerted to provide security to them. DCP Mandeep Singh Randhawa a Delhi spokesperson said “We are conducting a door-to-door survey of all tenants to avoid any untoward incident.” This advisory was sent to Chief secretaries and DGPs of all states and Union territories and the DelhiPolice Commissioner after Amit Shah announced the decision on August 5. The advisory read “As you would be aware, the Cabinet has taken an important decision today concerning Jammu and Kashmir in the overall national interest and to strengthen national security. It is essential that this occasion is not allowed to be misused by inimical and anti-social elements to cause breach of security, peace and public harmony in any part of the country.” Police presence is intensified in areas that are frequently visited by Kashmiris such as university campuses,markets and residential areas to ensure their safety.