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Hyderabad: DCP holds meet for Milad procession

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Published Nov 16, 2018, 1:26 am IST
Updated Nov 16, 2018, 1:26 am IST
He asked the volunteers and participants not to use such places for posters and banners which would create controversies.
 He asked the volunteers and participants not to use such places for posters and banners which would create controversies.

Hyderabad: Deputy Commissioner of Police, South Zone, Amber Kishore Jha convened a meeting of marshals and volunteers belonging to the Sunni United Forum of India  in connection with the arrangements of the Milad procession on the occasion of birth celebrations of the Prophet of Islam which falls on next Wednesday.

Addressing the meeting, the DCP said police would provide elaborate security arrangements to avoid any untoward incident. He asked the marshals and volunteers to cooperate with the police to ensure the peaceful culmination of the procession.

“We desire that the religious function should  be celebrated in a peaceful manner, and there should be no problem of traffic congestion for the participants of the procession and the  general public as well.”

He asked the volunteers and participants not to use such places for posters and banners which would create controversies.
Later, speaking to the media, the DCP said, “We are very vigilant considering the elections. Our personnel will keep watch on the decorations and posters to be used for the celebrations.”

He asked the participants to follow the instructions given by the police. On the procession day, the police will provide bandobast by deploying the CRPF platoons, battalions from the Reserve Forces apart from the City Police officials and personnel. 

Police have identified the sensitive points and places of possible traffic congestion. The Supreme Court had prohibited the use of high volume sound system and it would not be allowed, he said.

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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