No new tradition will be allowed to start, drone camera will be monitored

No new tradition will be allowed to start, drone camera will be monitored

Divisional Commissioner Yogeshwar Ram and Deputy Inspector General of Police RP Singh have said that no new tradition will be started. Surveillance should be done with drone cameras in sensitive and densely populated areas. Officials should complete the festivals with dialogue, vigilance, and strictness. The magistrates and police officers continued to tour the areas together. A meeting was held in the collectorate meeting room on Friday to make the last Monday of Muharram and Sawan peaceful and smooth. The Divisional Commissioner said that once again establishing a dialogue with the Tajiyadars and procession operators, a thorough inspection should be done. No procession will take place without permission. The DIG said that the Deputy District Magistrate and the Police Officer should get the information about the preparations made so far along with the observation of the incidents and situations of the previous year.


Directed the Electricity Department that one of his officers would remain shift-wise in the police control room so that if any complaint related to electricity comes from anywhere at the time of operation of the processions, it could be resolved immediately. He directed the Police Officers and Police Station Officers to be aware of the situation by conducting a survey with drone cameras in all the densely populated and mixed populated areas of the district. Continue to communicate continuously by monitoring sensitive places and mixed settlements. District Magistrate Aryaka Akhouri and Superintendent of Police Dr. Anil Kumar are apprised of the preparations made so far. Chief Development Officer Bhanu Pratap Singh, Additional District Magistrate Judicial Shivnarayan Singh, Additional Superintendent of Police Rajesh Bharti, etc.

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