Sunday, December 07, 2008

Security beefed up in the Sirsa in the wake of terrorist threats

Security beefed up in the Sirsa in the wake of terrorist threats.
07 December, 2008
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Under directions of S.P. Amitabh Dhillon, a meeting of police personnel of various departments including D.S.P. (I.B.) Jaspal Singh Jassu, Inspector Railway Protection Force Babu Lal Meena, Inspector Partap Singh, SHO GRP Sirsa & Inspector Hansraj, SHO Sirsa Sadar was held under the chairmanship of Sirsa City SHO Ajay Sharma here today to beef up security at all vulnerable points like Railway Stations, Bus Stops, Hotels & Dharmshala’s etc in the District in the wake of terrorist threats. Mr. Sharma Said that surveillance has been intensified on and around the slum areas of Sirsa Railway Stations and Bus Stands to ward off any untoward incident. He said that a seven member team comprising young persons who have undergone a commando course have been requisitioned to remain alert and ready round the clock to deal with any situation. He said that about 20-25 sand bags would be kept ready at all sensitive points and the information collected by cops would be immediately coordinated to take instant action. Mr. Sharma further disclosed that Hospitals, Blood Banks, Ambulances, Fire Brigades including cranes and all other NGO’s including Disaster Management Team have been asked to remain ready to face any eventuality. He also disclosed that the owners and managers of all Hotels & Dharamshala’s have been asked to maintain the exact name and address of any one who checks in. Mr. Sharma added that a five member team comprising 2 cops of the General Railway Police (GRP), 1 from Railway Protection Force (RPF) and one each from Sirsa City Police and Sirsa Sadar Police in mufti would patrol round the clock around all sensitive areas and will immediately pool down any information collected. S.P. has appealed to the general public to remain vigilant and not to touch any suspected or unclaimed material found any where and to inform the nearest police station immediately about it.

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