Hyderabad sources have made a statement that a senior police official said Hyderabad is gearing up for the Islamic month of Ramzan, and security is being beefed up with 1,500 policemen deployed across the city, Surveillance would be enhanced and an additional 500 high-definition CCTV cameras installed apart from the thousands already present.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (south zone) V Satyanarayana said two companies of RAF (rapid action force) would be deployed for the security of night-time shoppers and SHE teams to curb eve-teasing and chain-snatching, he said, adding that pickets would be posted in different markets for a month and patrolling would be done.
Meanwhile, City Commissioner Anjani Kumar addressed a coordination meeting
organized by south zone police and assured them of cooperation from all police
Controversial Leader Subramaniya Swamy's next target is CM KCR New Delhi sources added that former Union minister and BJP leader Subramanian Swamy made severe criticism of Telangana government for its unconstitutional act of externating Swami Paripoornanda. In a letter to Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, he questioned how the government could frame Swami in the sections which was usually meant for goons.
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