Security preparations unchanged in MP ahead of Ayodhya verdict
Bhopal: Security preparations in Madhya
Pradesh done before September 24, the day when Ayodhya title
suit verdict was scheduled, would remain same till the
judgement is out, a top police officer said today.
The Madhya Pradesh Police IG law and order and security,
Ashok Kumar Soni said that the police and the
administration in all the districts of the state has been
alert to deal with any situation that may arise in view of the
proposed Ayodhya verdict.
"From our side, all preparations are in place and what
will happen next will be decided on the basis of what the
Supreme Court says tomorrow," the IG said.
Soni said so far a total of 8,000 anti-social elements
have been arrested adding that between 50,000 to 55,000
persons have signed a bond saying that peace will not
be disturbed in the next six months.
All arrangements are being made down to the lowest
level to ensure that there is no untoward incident takes
place, he said.
Answering a question, the IG said that the Malwa region
and some belts around Bhopal, Jabalpur and Sagar have been
identified as sensitive and additional force was being
State government had asked the Centre for 50 RAF
companies but it had been allotted only four, he added.
The Supreme Court will hear a petition, seeking
postponing of verdict, tomorrow.
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