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Ensure peace and tranquility, Collector's appeal to people

Staff Reporter

Security tightened in Krishnagiri and Dharmapuri districts


People advised not to distribute sweets, paste posters and conduct rallies

As many as 51 places identified as problematic areas in Krishnagiri


KRISHNAGIRI/DHARMAPURI: Collector V. Arun Roy and Superintendent of Police A.G. Babu have appealed the people to ensure peace and tranquility in the district whatever may be the verdict on the Ayodhya issue.

Addressing a meeting of religious leaders and leaders of political parties at the collectorate on Wednesday, he appealed to the people of the district to see that no untoward incidents happened on Friday.Speaking at the meeting Mr. A.G. Babu sought the cooperation of the all sections of society to maintain law and order on Friday.

He advised people to be vigilant and not allow any chance for anti-social elements to indulge in violence. He also asked them to avoid giving sweets, putting up posters, conducting rallies, burning in effigies of leaders, staging road blockade etc and avoid giving and believing hoax messages.

He also said that the authorities concerned would ensure maximum protection for temples, mosques and churches, spiritual places, markets bus stands etc. Besides this, police personnel would be deployed along the railway tracks in the district. The Superintendent of Police, Dharmapuri, R. Sudhakar told The Hindu that tight security arrangements have been made in the district. As many as 51 places have been identified as problematic areas. Around 75 newly-recruited constables would be deployed in various places. Two mobile teams would be patrolling the important towns in the district such as Palacode, Pennagaram, Dharmapuri, Harur and Papparapatti. Giving of sweets, pasting posters, conducting rallies, burning in effigies of leaders and staging road blockade have been banned.

Police forces would ensure maximum protection for temples, mosques and churches, spiritual places, markets bus stands etc.

Open patrolling on rail tracks between Dharmapuri and Adhyamankottai; between Tirupattur and Bommidi, with two constables for every five km would be deployed.

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