Ayodhya verdict: High alert in Jammu; Security beefed up
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Sept 19: Security in the communally sensitive areas of the Jammu region has been beefed up and the law and order agencies have been asked to maintain an 'extra vigil' in the run up to the court decision on Babri Masjid-Ram Janambhomi dispute on September 24.
Official sources told Greater Kashmir that the police officers of all the concerned areas have been asked to take special precautionary measures so as to avoid any untoward incident after the court verdict comes.
Inspector General of Police (Jammu) Ashok Kumar Gupta also charied a high level meeting on Sunday to review the law and order situation in Jammu region and the security arrangements, across the region, for the upcoming court verdict. All the District Superintendent of Police (Jammu zone) were present in the meeting, during which strategy was evolved to meet the eventuality. During the meeting IGP (Jammu) asked officials to keep vigil in their respective areas in view of impending decision of the Allahabad high court on religious place on September 24, 2010. The police officials were asked to impress upon all respectable persons of their respective areas to play their role in maintenance of peace and order. They were asked to maintain alertness in their areas and keep sharp eye on anti-social elements.
All SSPís appraised the IGP regarding preparation made by them for maintaining law and order, communal harmony, maintenance of peace and protection of minorities.
The meeting was attended by SSP (Doda) Parbhat Singh, SSP (Samba) J. L. Sharma, SSP (Reasi) Anand Jain, SSP (Kathua) Garib Dass, SSP (Udhampur) Surinder Gupta, SSP (Poonch) Manmohan Singh, SSP (Kishtwar) Dr Haseeb Mugal , SSP (Jammu) Basant Rath, SSP (Rajouri) R K Jallah, SP (PCR) R K Chalotra, SP (Ramban) Mubasir Latief, and other police officers.
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Lastupdate on : Sun, 19 Sep 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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