Tight security at counting centres: DGP
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Tight security at counting centres: DGP

By The Hindu calender  23-May-2019

Tight security at counting centres: DGP

As many as 25,000 police personnel will be deployed at counting centres to prevent any untoward incidents, said Director General of Police (DGP) R.P. Thakur.
Police will monitor the situation through e-surveillance, and Section 30 of Police Act and Section 144 CrPc will be in force, Mr. Thakur said at a press conference on Tuesday.
In all, 35 companies of CAPF, 61 companies of APSP, 118 special parties, 67 Armed Reserve Platoons, 21 SPs, 31 Additional SPs, 137 DSPs, 379 CIs, 1,037 SIs, 2,425 ASIs, 6,510 police constables and 2,759 home guards will be deployed for election duty on May 23.
Three-tier bandobust will be arranged at the counting centres. CAPF personnel will be deployed in the innermost ring of the respective counting centres. In the second tier, armed APSP personnel will guard the centres and the district police equipped with body-worn cameras will form security layer on the outer perimeter (third tier).
Similar security has been planned at 62 buildings, 36 strong rooms located in 16 towns in the State, the DGP said.


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