The Hazaribag district administration has prepared to keep the peace and communal harmony during the Ramnavmi festival. The administration has decided to depute 5000 police personnel and 750 magistrates during the festival. Nine drones and 100 CCTV cameras will keep a close eye on the anti -social elements of the society. Tainted persons are depositing bond papers in concerned police stations.
Deputy Commissioner Nancy Sahay and Superintendent of Police Manoj Rattan Chothey gave a detailed account of the preparations of the administration in a joint press conference here on Tuesday.
The DC said that we have sanctioned the route chart for the procession on the festival. This will be followed by the all Akhadas of the Hazaribag and the adjacent villages of town. She further said that 91 Akhada’s have been registered by the administration. These Akhadas have been allowed for procession.
The administration has decided to use 26 drop gates and all the sensitive areas will be bracketed by the administration. We have given the permission to use traditional weapons during the procession but moving DJ is banned and section 144 will be continued as per the pre order of the administration.
We have made arrangements for temporary washrooms and drinking water facilities for such men and women who will come on road to see the procession.
SP Manoj Rattan Chouthey said that the control room will be active 24x7 during the festival to solve the problems of any emergency call. The deputations of the magistrates have been started by the administration.
He further said that they have started the process to fulfil the bond paper whose role was always doubtful during the previous Ramnavmi. We are trying to maintain the peace and harmony during the procession in the town.
Chothey said that they have decided to use drone cameras and more than 100 CCTV to keep a close eye on the anti- social elements during the procession.
In the press conference the DDC Prerna Dixit, IAS trainee Shatabadi Majumdar, sadar SDO Vidhysbhusan Kumar and sadar CO Rajesh Kumar were present.