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Security assured at abattoir site

By Our Staff Reporter

NEW DELHI, OCT. 12. The Delhi Police Commissioner, K.K. Paul, today assured the Municipal Commissioner, Rakesh Mehta, that he would provide adequate security at the Ghazipur landfill site, where the Idgah slaughter house is to be relocated as per the direction of the Supreme Court.

In view of mounting opposition to relocation of the Idgah slaughter house at Ghazipur and protests outside his residence this past Sunday, Mr. Mehta met the Police Commissioner today. Following the meeting, Mr. Paul assured Mr. Mehta that the police would set up a permanent police picket at the Ghazipur landfill site so that the construction work for the new slaughter house was completed in time without any trouble.

The site office for the Ghazipur slaughter house would become operational from Wednesday. "We would be completing the project well in time before the Supreme Court deadline of six months. Now all the meetings with regard to the slaughterhouse would be held at the site office, Mr. Mehta said.

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