Red alert sounded in Punjab on Republic Day : The Tribune India

Red alert sounded in Punjab on Republic Day

Red alert sounded in Punjab on Republic Day

Photo for representation only. File photo



Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, January 25

A red alert was sounded across the state on Wednesday on the directions of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann to ensure peaceful celebrations of the Republic Day.

Director General of Police (DGP) Gaurav Yadav, while reviewing the security arrangements with CPs and SSPs, asked the district heads to ensure fool proof security arrangements in their jurisdictions. He also asked all SHOs and gazetted officers to remain in the field till the culmination of the Republic Day event.

Divulging more details, Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Arpit Shukla, who is camping in Jalandhar, said extensive checking of vehicles and suspicious people had also been ordered by the DGP.

According to Shukla, all inter-state and inter-district boundaries in the state have been sealed.

#bhagwant mann #gaurav yadav #punjab police #republic day

Tribune Shorts


Top News

Different laws for Sikh prisoners: Harsimrat Badal at all-party meet

Different laws for Sikh prisoners: Harsimrat Badal at all-party meet

Said while rapists and murderers were being released under r...

Supreme Court agrees to hear PILs on BBC documentary on 2002 Gujarat riots

Supreme Court agrees to hear PILs on BBC documentary on 2002 Gujarat riots

The bench takes note of the submissions by lawyer ML Sharma ...

Despite opposition, controversial BBC documentary on PM Modi screened at Punjabi University

Despite opposition, controversial BBC documentary on PM Modi screened at Punjabi University

Organisers of the event says they do not require permission ...


Cities

View All