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Top police official reviews security at Tirumala

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TIRUMALA, JULY 15. The Additional Director General of Police, Dinesh Reddy, today reviewed the security arrangements and the law and order position here.

In a high-level meeting organised at the Annamayya Bhavan, Dinesh Reddy stressed better coordination between the T.T.D. Vigilance and Security and the police departments. The fact that the temple town is witnessing a steady increase in the flow of pilgrims every year should not be forgotten and the department personnel should offer devoted service, he said. Any lapse in this regard will not be tolerated.

Mr Reddy also assured the TTD management to fill all the vacancies in the TTD vigilance and security department and said that the postings would be done very selectively.

Reviewing the security arrangements to be taken up for the annual nine-day mega event - `Brahmotsavams', he appealed to both the TTD security and police personnel to gear up to meet any kind of eventuality on all the days during the festival period. For a further reduction in the crime rate, he also assured to increase the number of crime police staff at Tirumala. Earlier, the TTD security advisory and retired D.I.G. Subramanyam also reviewed the security arrangements being initiated by the TTD and expressed satisfaction. Prominent among others who participated in the meeting include the Anantapur range D.I.G., Jayaram Reddy, district Superintendent of Police, Venugopal Krishna, and the TTD chief vigilance and security officer, Balakrishna.

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