Monday, March 27, 2023

Strict vigil on Holi, police warn hooligans, police personnel deployed


Jamshedpur : Elaborate security arrangements have been made in the Steel City to prevent any untoward incidents during the festival of colours Holi.

The administration has deployed 2000 police personnel including 800 at urban and 1200 at rural areas.

All the police stations of the East Singhbhum have been asked to take up measures to prevent hooligans
from creating law and order problem on the festival day.

Cops have been directed to keep an eye on people who roam in the streets after consuming liquor and create

“Small time criminals cross the limits on the pretext of Holi celebration and many a time this creates problem to the police.

Keeping in mind about the possible scenario we have asked the officer in-charge’s of the police stations to
carry out arms checking exercise and pace up patrolling for the next couple of days,” said, SDO Prem Ranjan.

Magistrates, police officers, including constables, have been deployed in large numbers to maintain peace
and harmony in sensitive areas like Jugsalai, Mango, Sakchi and Dhatkidih, he said.

The police officials said that strict security would be in place for the festival of colours and those indulging
in mischief in the garb of revelry would be taken to task.

Meanwhile the city police department is working hard in keeping a strin- gent vigilance on eveteasers during Holi, as incidents of eve-teasing and passing lewd comments on girls and women are reported
the most during this season.

Cops in plain clothes have been deployed for a watchful eye on crowds especially youths, who indulge in eve-teasing.

“We are also carrying search operations at different hotels and lodges to nab suspected people. Moreover extra vigil is also being kept at the border areas of the district,” said SSP Amol V Homkar.

He said that the police control room is coordinating with different police stations to ensure peace and harmony.

The district administration has banned the sale of liquor during the Holi festival to ensure peaceful celebrations.

When contacted an official said: “We have ordered liquor shops and bars to remain close on March
6. Moreover transportation of liquor too has been banned during this period.

The administration has made elaborate arrangements to ensure peace during Holi”. He went on to add that the move which will stop people from driving while consuming alcohol, consumption of liquor in public,
buying and even transporting liquor from one place to another has been banned.

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