Security tightened in view of Ram mandir bhoomi poojan

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Security agencies have become cautious in view of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's arrival in Ayodhya on 5 August for Ram temple worship. An alert has been issued in all districts to tighten security. Concrete arrangements are being made especially in the districts around Ayodhya. In order to ensure that there are no disturbances, the Uttar Pradesh government has sent nine senior IPS officers in the surrounding districts of Ayodhya, Ambedkaranagar, Gonda, Bahraich, Sultanpur, Amethi, Basti, Barabanki, Maharajganj and Siddharthnagar.

State ADG Law and Order Prashant Kumar said that in view of Bhoomi Pujan, adequate arrangements have been made. All districts have been asked to be vigilant. He said that there is no concrete information from intelligence agencies. However, there should not be any lapse and no law-related or other type of unpleasant situation arises, so the duty of senior IPS officers has been imposed in nine districts around Ayodhya.

According to the order issued by Additional Chief Secretary Home Avnish Awasthi, ADG prosecution Ashutosh Pandey in Amethi, Ashok Kumar Singh, ADG traffic in Gonda, ADG PAC Ramkumar in Bahraich, IG Fire Vijay Prakash in Sultanpur, Piyush Mordia, IG waiting in Ambedkaranagar, Basti IG Basti Range AK Rai, IG Recruitment Board Vijay Bhushan at Barabanki, DIG Chandraprakash II at Maharajganj and RK Bhardwaj, DIG Administration at Siddharthnagar.

These officers have been instructed to make good security arrangements under their supervision. He has been asked to handle the arrangements from the evening of 29 July to the morning of 6 August. They have been instructed to guide the local authorities and make a thorough review and make concrete arrangements.