Police on alert on account of Ayodhya verdict
Nashik : The Supreme Court (SC) is soon to give a verdict on the most sensitive issue so far the Ram Janambhumi and Babari Masjid. On account of that police in the district are on high alert. The Superintendent of Police Dr Aarti Singh and City Police Commissioner Vishwas Nagare Patil took an important meeting with the officials and directed them about the planning required.
The Supreme Court has appealed that the verdict will not be a win or lose situation for any party in the case. It will be a decision given by the highest justice authority in the country and everyone will have to follow and accept it.
The police stations in the district have been directed to take peace committee meetings ahead of the verdict.
The police department is ready with two additional SP, 8 DySP, 30 PI, 80 PSI, 2,500 police personnel and 400 home guards, to control if any situation of law and order occurs. While in the city there will be 4 deputy commissioners, 8 ACP, 15 senior PI and around 2,000 police personnel are appointed.
The police personnel will conduct regular patrolling, on feet and with the vehicle, fixpoint duties will be given to a number of teams. There will be Rapid Action Force teams, Riot Control Force and State Security Force, on standby, to help the police department.