Gurugram Police beef up security for I-Day
The Gurugram Police on Tuesday have begun preparations and have stepped up security measures for the Independence Day celebrations.
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar will be the chief guest in the formal celebrations of nation's 70th year of independence that will be organised in Tau Devi Lal stadium in the city.
On account of security, the Gurugram Police have begun searching the list of all new guests that are coming in various hotels, guesthouses and paying guest accomodations.
For maintaining the counterfeit records, an FIR against a guesthouse has also been registered during the surveillance process.
Gurugram Police have again issued a strict warning to those hospitality units that do not maintain the records of the guest that check into their units.
They have also asked the management of these units to submit the list of the guests to the Gurugram foreign registration office 24 hours after their registration.
After the terror attacks at Amarnath in the month of July, special teams of Gurugram Police that also included the bomb disposal squad carried out the process of surveillance at city's malls and metro stations on various occasions.
Due to high end offices and malls intelligence department in their reports have often stated susceptibility of Gurugram facing terror attacks.
Besides carrying out inspections, the management working in malls and multinational offices are also being advised of the measures to be taken during situations of emergency.
"We have been carrying out mock drills on various occasions and have also increased the police presence in areas that are found to be vulnerable. However, it is a joint effort and there is a requirement of citizens also to participate with the police in fighting the terror," said a senior police official from Gurugram police.
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