Nearly 1000 Delhi cops guarding British PM
New Delhi: Around 1,000 police personnel
are today guarding the visiting British Prime Minister David
Cameroon in the national capital.
A three-tier security ring around Taj Hotel where
Cameron is staying during his two-day visit to the country
protects him, sources said. He reached Delhi from Bangalore.
Sources said Cameroon is staying at the hotel`s Grand
Presidential Suite, which is being guarded by the British
premier`s personal security guards.
Security staff of the hotel form the second layer of
the prime minister`s shield while Delhi Police personnel are
are at the third layer of the security ring.
According to a senior police official, around 1,000
Delhi Police personnel have been deployed near the hotel.
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