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All arrangements in place for Ganesh immersion

All arrangements in place for Ganesh immersion
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Bhagyanagar Ganesh Utsava Committee held a coordination meeting with the Police Commissioners of all three Commissionerates and GHMC officials here on Monday.

Hyderabad: Bhagyanagar Ganesh Utsava Committee held a coordination meeting with the Police Commissioners of all three Commissionerates and GHMC officials here on Monday.

The meeting was held regarding the arrangements made for Ganesh Immersion on Thursday.

City Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar, Rachakonda Police Commissioner Mahesh M Bhagwat, Cyberabad Police Commissioner V C Sajjanar, Tarun Joshi, Joint CP, Special Branch, D S Chauhan, Additional CP, Law and Order, Amar, Chief Medical Officer, GHMC and Pandu Ranga Nayak, Joint Commissioner, RTA were present in the meeting.

Anjani Kumar speaking on the occasion asserted that there are 26,000 volunteers across the city for the conduct of peaceful Ganesh immersion in the city.

City police are also having all the contact details of them. Police are also alerting the organisers every night with a phone call from the control rooms of South, North, East, West and Central zones apart from Command Control Centre at Basheer Bagh.

There are 2.90 lakh CCTV cameras in the city for a strong surveillance, he added.

Mahesh M Bhagwat said Saroornagar mini tank bund was renovated as per the needs of Ganesh Immersion; also CCTV cameras were installed for a security purposes. Volunteers were also been identified apart from NSS and NCC cadets.

D S Chauhan, Additional CP, Law and Order said there are nearly 30,000 police constable deployed including all three Commissionerates for strict surveillance.Amar, Chief Medical officer, GHMC said for each 3-4 kilometres there is a one medical team deployed.

Total 194 teams in which there are above 9000 medical personnel were present. Pandu Ranga Nayak, Joint Commissioner, RTA said, Road Transport Authority (RTA) have established 12 centres in the city, where the heavy vehicles needed for transporting the idols were kept.

Police officials have suggested the committee members to deploy volunteers from their end to work along with the police in the immersion procession.

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