Karnataka: Police to adopt multifold approach to ensure peace on 22nd January

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19-01-2024

    No police official has been allowed to take a leave on 22nd January

    Some individuals have been taken into preventive custody

    Revered leaders across all major religions will take part in meetings

The Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha has been scheduled on January 22nd. Security arrangements are being made across Karnataka in light of the event. No police official has been allowed to take a leave on 22nd January. Officials who are currently on leave have been ordered to be present on that day.

Data pertaining to communal clashes that have taken place in the past in Karnataka has been collected. The police are closely monitoring the activities of those who have been involved in such activities in the past. Some individuals have also been taken into preventive custody ahead of the inauguration. Rowdy sheeters are also under police observation. 

All the police stations are mandated to conduct a meeting to emphasise on the necessity to maintain peace. The meeting will be headed by the inspector of the branch. Revered leaders across all major religions will take part in the meeting. The police are anticipated to put forward a request to the religious leaders. 

Permissions for a rally will not be provided to any entity on January 22nd. This is due to the fact that disputes may escalate on account of minor scuffles such as the tearing up of banners. Bhajan Mandals (Devotional song choirs) will be provided police protection. 

 

Karnataka: Police to adopt multifold approach to ensure peace on 22nd January

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    No police official has been allowed to take a leave on 22nd January

    Some individuals have been taken into preventive custody

    Revered leaders across all major religions will take part in meetings

The Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha has been scheduled on January 22nd. Security arrangements are being made across Karnataka in light of the event. No police official has been allowed to take a leave on 22nd January. Officials who are currently on leave have been ordered to be present on that day.

Data pertaining to communal clashes that have taken place in the past in Karnataka has been collected. The police are closely monitoring the activities of those who have been involved in such activities in the past. Some individuals have also been taken into preventive custody ahead of the inauguration. Rowdy sheeters are also under police observation. 

All the police stations are mandated to conduct a meeting to emphasise on the necessity to maintain peace. The meeting will be headed by the inspector of the branch. Revered leaders across all major religions will take part in the meeting. The police are anticipated to put forward a request to the religious leaders. 

Permissions for a rally will not be provided to any entity on January 22nd. This is due to the fact that disputes may escalate on account of minor scuffles such as the tearing up of banners. Bhajan Mandals (Devotional song choirs) will be provided police protection. 

 

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