New Delhi: Within the wake of the incident of violence throughout a Hanuman Jayanti procession in Delhi on Saturday, the police in Uttar Pradesh’s Gautam Buddh Nagar had been placed on excessive alert, officers stated.
In response to a report by information company PTI, on the instructions of Commissioner Alok Singh, the police personnel carried out patrolling and foot marches in all three police zones – Noida, Central Noida and Higher Noida.
“The patrolling was held in crowded areas and markets, close to procuring malls, metro stations and areas having combined populations. Senior rank officers supervised the patrolling and the regulation and order scenario is being monitored constantly,” PTI quoted the police as saying in a press release.
Aside from patrolling, the police additionally reviewed the scenario within the areas falling on the route of a proposed non secular rally on Sunday. Officers have additionally been maintaining a tally of the history-sheeters and anti-social parts, officers stated.
In a bid to avert any unlucky incident, the police have urged the general public to remain cautious and alert the native policemen instantly in case they arrive to know of any conflict or ruckus of their space.
Notably, violence erupted throughout a Hanuman Jayanti procession in Jahangirpuri space in Delhi on Saturday, police stated.
In response to officers, a number of autos have been vandalised by the miscreants and police personnel had been injured within the incident.
In response to studies, round 200 Speedy Motion Drive (RAF) personnel have been deployed together with Delhi Police to manage the scenario.
Condemning the incident, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stated stringent motion ought to be taken towards these discovered responsible.