September 21, 2010 by Post Team
More than 250,000 state policemen and paramilitary forces have been deployed in the framework of the provisions to keep the city safe.
Hyderabad City Police Commissioner AK Khan, who decided on the measures in the light of the terrorist attack in New Delhi on Sunday, said that remain in place until 24 September when the court’s verdict in the case of title Babri Masjid expected.
Senior officers who served in Hyderabad during the last Ganesh processions have also been deployed and all police officers have been ordered to report to work.
All public gatherings have been banned until 27 September.
Police were parked across the city, patrolling has been intensified and security in the city of Hitec and multinational corporations been tightened.
A total of 30 bomb disposal teams are in place and more than 600 cameramen are due to record the movement of the procession from different areas of the city to the Hussain Sagar Lake. This is in addition to the cameras of CCTV that already exist in several main roads and traffic intersections.
Khan said the 15,000 idols installed in the city, 5,000 are expected to be immersed in the Hussain Sagar lake, where the 80 cranes have been installed for that purpose.
On the rumors of possible problems on the day the verdict Babri Masjid, Khan said that regardless of how the trial goes, peace and communal harmony should be maintained.
“We will strictly deal with anyone trying to stir up trouble and hatred spread by MSM. We have asked service providers to keep a watch on sending messages in bulk,” he warned.
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