Special security system in place ahead of Ayodhya verdict

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Special security system in place ahead of Ayodhya verdict

Friday, 08 November 2019 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

In view of the Ayodhya verdict likely next week, special security arrangements have been made in the State Capital. Barricading has been done at most of the Squares in the city and vehicle checking is being conducted to maintain law and order in the state Capital.

Extensive arrangement has been made and to keep strict vigil security arrangement has been divided to into eight parts.

To maintain peace and harmony 4615 district police officials, personnel, Special Armed Forces (SAF), Homeguards, SPO and Nagar Suraksha Samiti members would team up and remain deployed across the state capital keeping close eye on the movement.

The Nagar Suraksha Samiti members would support in maintaining law and order and better coordination with the community members.

The external layer of the State capital would remain vigilant with 155 police personnel and officials, the middle layer would be secured by 485 police personnel and officials, while internal part of the state capital would be handled by 2356 police personnel and officials.

Apart from these three layer arrangement 680 police personnel and officials would maintain main pickets.

The internal patrolling arrangement would be handled by 651 police personnel and officials. For the internal patrolling, 651 cops would be deployed. 

The railway stations and bus stands which are important place of movement of larger number of people would be vigil by 62 police personnel and officials. State capital control room and reserve police force would be around 108.

In the police barricading and vehicle checking the police station staff would be 1051, arms, cane party and women police force would be 1708, SPO would 1670 and member of Nagar Suraksha Samiti would be 186.

In another exercise to prepare and remain alert for any mishap riot control mock drill was conducted at Nehru Nagar police lines on Thursday morning.

Addl SP Zone-2 Sanjay Sahu led the mock drill and gave guidance to the police officers and personnel at the parade on how to control the crowd while maintaining law and order and protecting life and self under adverse circumstances after a demo of when and how to use tear gas, stun grenade, dye marker was given. In the mock drill 140-150 officers and personnel took part.

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