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High alert in AP
High Alert In AP. The Union Home Ministry has alerted the Director-General of Police to keep the police force on high alert and take all necessary steps to maintain law and order in the Seemandhra region.
Hyderabad: The Union Home Ministry has alerted the Director-General of Police to keep the police force on high alert and take all necessary steps to maintain law and order in the Seemandhra region.
Following this, the DGP held a video conference with district Superintendents of Police and Inspector Generals and asked them to be on high alert.
They have been told to handle any situation effectively. The DGP also advised the police to maintain restraint in handling the agitation. "Instructions were given to the SPs to take care of law and order situation and be ready to thwart untoward incidents," the official told an agency.
The police were asked to be on alert in view of the massive ongoing agitations, the Brahmotsavam festival at the temple town of Tirumala and the forthcoming festival season, he added.