Security beefed up for Mahanadu

Security beefed up for Mahanadu
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Security beefed up for the peaceful conduct of a three-day Mahanadu of Teugu Desam Party beginning here at Andhra University Engineering College grounds from May 27.A strong contingent of police of over 2,000 force from various wings and various parts of the state will be drawn to provide protection to Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu and senior Ministers at the conclave

Visakhapatnam: Security beefed up for the peaceful conduct of a three-day Mahanadu of Teugu Desam Party beginning here at Andhra University Engineering College grounds from May 27.A strong contingent of police of over 2,000 force from various wings and various parts of the state will be drawn to provide protection to Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu and senior Ministers at the conclave. The city police on Saturday inspected the venue once again and finalised the parking lots for the Ministers, MLAs, media and others.

Highlights:

  • A contingent of 2,000 police force from various wings and from across the state to be deployed to provide protection to the Chief Minister and Ministers at the conclave
  • City police inspected the venue and finalised the parking lots for the Ministers, MLAs, media and others.
  • The police will submit their traffic plan to some leaders of TDP for feedback
  • “We will install CCTV cameras at various places at the venue and a Command Control Centre for monitoring the traffic and security at the venue,” said ACP (Traffic) K Prabhakar

The police will submit their traffic plan to some leaders of TDP for feedback. ACP (Traffic) K Prabhakar said that over 25,000 people are expected to attend Mahanadu coming from various parts of the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. In view of the large number of people attending the TDP conclave, over 2,000 police force, including armed police, officers and constables from crime, law and order and traffic wings, are being deployed for duties to man the venue.

“We will install CCTV cameras at the various places at the venue and a Command Control Centre for monitoring the traffic and security at the venue, Prabhakar added.The police said that they would not allow the general public (commuters) on the Maddilapalem- Andhra University Engineering College road in the morning hours (before the arrival of Ministers and cadres) and evening hours (after the meeting and departure of Ministers from the venue) during the three days.He said parking lots have been classified at the venue and the police will utilise the Andhra University Platinum Jubilee ground for parking of buses, the ACP said.

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