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Delhi Police flag march on roads, to continue vigil

Delhi Police flag march on roads, to continue vigil
New Delhi: The Delhi Police is in no mood to ease Section 144 in the Capital till further orders, infact its spokesperson DCP Madhur Verma clarified that the section is imposed for miscreants who gather to create nuisance and common people had nothing to worry.
The roads of Delhi before and after the quantum of sentence was pronounced remained on high vigil and several companies of para military along with Delhi Police flag marched the roads to instill confidence among the citizens.
"Along with the paramilitary and Delhi Police, Reserve Police Force was also pressed into action sensing the sensitivity of the sentence pronouncement in Ram Rahim case. No incident of violence was reported and our arrangement would continue in the nights as well," said DCP Madhur Verma, PRO of Delhi Police.
Senior police officers were seen on the streets early morning, DCP level officers closely monitored the situation and personally supervised the flag march.
"We have done flag march in areas of Seelampur, Maujpur and Jaffrabad. The purpose of the flag march was to instill sense of confidence in common people. This will also deter the criminals, from doing any kind of ruckus," said DCP North East Ajit Kumar Singla.
The Delhi Police on the day of pronouncement of verdict on August 25 in Haryana were caught off guard and several incidents of violence were reported from various parts of the city.
Several buses were burnt and damaged which forced the cops to impose section 144 with immediate effect in 11 of 13 Delhi districts.
Sources in Delhi Police said that the vigil would continue for some more days and the cops are keeping a close watch on both the Ram Rahim supporters and the criminals who can create ruckus taking advantage of the situation.

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