Security tightened in Mangaluru ahead of anti-CAA protest by Muslim committees of Dakshin Kannada, Udupi districts at Adyar-Kannur

Mangaluru police commissioner PS Harsha requested the public to extend their full co-operation in maintaining peace.

Press Trust of India January 15, 2020 10:24:09 IST
Security tightened in Mangaluru ahead of anti-CAA protest by Muslim committees of Dakshin Kannada, Udupi districts at Adyar-Kannur
  • Police have made elaborate security arrangements and a roll call of police officers was held at the police grounds on Tuesday.

  • The roll call parade consisted of three ADGPs, one DGP, 11 SPs, 18 ASPs, 100 DySPs, 300 police inspectors and 500 police sub-inspectors, police sources said.

  • Police officers who reached Mangaluru from different districts have been briefed about security and traffic arrangements during the rally, the sources said.

Mangaluru: Security has been tightened in the city and suburbs ahead of the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protest rally planned by Muslim central committees
of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts at Adyar-Kannur near Mangaluru on Wednesday.

Police have made elaborate security arrangements and a roll call of police officers was held at the police grounds on Tuesday.

The roll call parade consisted of three ADGPs, one DGP, 11 SPs, 18 ASPs, 100 DySPs, 300 police inspectors and 500 police sub-inspectors, police sources said.

Police officers who reached Mangaluru from different districts have been briefed about security and traffic arrangements during the rally, the sources said.

Police have also given guidelines to the rally organisers, participants and the general public, mainly on traffic arrangements.

City police commissioner PS Harsha requested the public to extend their full co-operation in maintaining peace.

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