Security along Haryana border up in wake of Punjab Vidhan Sabha elections

Mansa, Sirsa joint teams man sensitive areas

Security along Haryana border up in wake of Punjab Vidhan Sabha elections

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Tribune News Service

Mansa, January 13

In the wake of the Vidhan Sabha elections, an inter-state meeting between senior police officials from Mansa and Sirsa district of Haryana was held to chalk out a strategy to keep law and order under control and keep a check on inter-state criminal activities. Mansa SSP Deepak Pareek, along with other police officials, visited Sirsa and held a meeting with his Sirsa counterpart Arpit Jain.

“Mansa district shares the border with Haryana and it’s important to maintain an intensive vigil to check inter-state criminal activities on both sides in the wake of the Vidhan Sabha elections. Important aspects such as safety and security were discussed during the meeting.

“Joint security teams would man sensitive areas sharing inter-state border with regard to criminal activities to keep a watch on drug peddlers and criminals so that elections can be conducted peacefully in the state. After the meeting, we also conducted checking at different areas,” the Mansa SSP said.

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