CEO reviews law and order situation; 5618 weapons deposited, 7513 pamphlets/flags seized

KL Report

SRINAGAR

In order to ensure free, fair and peaceful conduct of the Lok Sabha Election 2014, Chief Electoral Officer, J&K Umang Narula Thursday held a high level meeting and reviewed law and order situation in two Parliamentary Constituencies of Jammu and Udhampur, an official statement said.

On the occasion a video conference with the ROs of Jammu and Udhampur-Doda Constituencies, DEOs and respective District Police heads was organized.

The issues which came up during the meeting and exhaustive deliberations on which were done inter-alia include: Deployment of SAP and CAPF, Communication Plan, Transport Plan and other security related matters, the statement said.

While giving details of law and order scenario in the state, the CEO said so far 5618 licensed arms have been deposited and 3 impounded. No incident of violence related to poll campaign, political rivalry has been reported, he added.

He said 2553 nakas have been operationalised, the flying squads have seized 7513 pamphlets/flags, 170 electric poles and 115 empty liquor pouches seized. 693 cases have been put up under preventive sections of CRPC out of which 669 persons bound over under preventive sections of CRPC.

It was informed that 315 hamlets have been identified as vulnerable and 308 persons identified as probable source of trouble.

Special Director General, Police K. Rajendra, Inspector General, Police, Jammu Rajesh Kumar, Director Information Tasaduq Jeelani and Dy. CEO Rakesh Sarangal, attended the meeting.

KL Report

SRINAGAR

In order to ensure free, fair and peaceful conduct of the Lok Sabha Election 2014, Chief Electoral Officer, J&K Umang Narula Thursday held a high level meeting and reviewed law and order situation in two Parliamentary Constituencies of Jammu and Udhampur, an official statement said.

On the occasion a video conference with the ROs of Jammu and Udhampur-Doda Constituencies, DEOs and respective District Police heads was organized.

The issues which came up during the meeting and exhaustive deliberations on which were done inter-alia include: Deployment of SAP and CAPF, Communication Plan, Transport Plan and other security related matters, the statement said.

While giving details of law and order scenario in the state, the CEO said so far 5618 licensed arms have been deposited and 3 impounded. No incident of violence related to poll campaign, political rivalry has been reported, he added.

He said 2553 nakas have been operationalised, the flying squads have seized 7513 pamphlets/flags, 170 electric poles and 115 empty liquor pouches seized. 693 cases have been put up under preventive sections of CRPC out of which 669 persons bound over under preventive sections of CRPC.

It was informed that 315 hamlets have been identified as vulnerable and 308 persons identified as probable source of trouble.

Special Director General, Police K. Rajendra, Inspector General, Police, Jammu Rajesh Kumar, Director Information Tasaduq Jeelani and Dy. CEO Rakesh Sarangal, attended the meeting.

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