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Surveillance: Drones Keep Tabs On 66 Sensitive Durga Puja Pandals In Palamu | Ranchi News


Daltonganj: At least 10 drones have been pressed into service for aerial surveillance of the 66 Puja pandals in sensitive pockets of Palamu.
The district is hosting 581 pandals this year. “Out of them, 66 have been declared sensitive,” said the IG of Palamu range R K Lakra.
On Saturday, state woman and child development department secretary Kirpanand Jha and IG police (Operations) Amol Vinukant Homkar held a meeting with district officials to take stock of the situation.
IG Lakra said, “The senior officials reviewed the steps taken to maintain law and order and communal harmony during the ongoing Puja.”
Both the officials from Ranchi deliberated with the district officials about the measures taken for the routes charted for the immersion of the idols, the sensitivity of the routes, the preparations related to use of water canons and teargas shell wherever neede, mobility of the quick response teams, the presence of divers at the ghats where water level is high and where immersions will be held.
The steps designed by the administration to tackle any exigency was found inadequate and remedial measures suggested, said an insider of this high-level meeting.
Sources said the senior officials wanted strict odherance to Section 107 of the CrPC, stating that mere serving of notices to violators won’t matter untill the latter signs a bond of abidance to law for six months.
IG Lakra had earlier said 2,000 individuals have been shortlisted in Palamu to be served notices under Section 107 of the CrPC.
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