Cops on toes to maintain law and order on New Year eve

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 01 Jan 2018 12:13:22

Staff Reporter,

Jabalpur police remained on toes to avert any untoward incident on the eve of New Year celebration. Police conducted intensive search of vehicles at all the main streets and corners of the city till the late night for prevention of anti-social activities.

Under the direction of Superintendent of Police, Shashikant Shukla, separate police teams under the supervision of Additional SP (East), Guru Prasad Parashar, Additional SP (North), Rajesh Tiwari, Additional SP (Crime), Sandeep Mishra and Additional SP (Rural), Sanjay Sahu, police teams kept vigilant eye on suspected elements and conducted patrolling in sensitive areas. There was no major crime incident was reported on New Year eve.

It may be mentioned that in the name of new year celebration, a large number of persons celebrate parties and consume liquor in the night of December 31. A large number of clash cases are reported every year during the night of December 31 and some of them turned as major group clash.

Police personnel conducted checking of suspected vehicles and implemented traffic norms. Additional police deployment was made at main squares and streets in the city. Police conducted vehicles checking at 20 checking points with breath analyzers for avoiding drunken driving. Additional police personnel along with 41 mobile vehicles and patrolling teams kept vigilant eye throughout the city.

All the senior officers and SHOs of different police stations monitored the law and order situation. Besides this, police parties were deployed near venues of new-year celebration, hotels, clubs and restaurants and functions were concluded within time specified by the police.