Administration alert regarding Friday in Prayagraj: Drone camera will be monitored, officers have also been deployed

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Security arrangements have been beefed up by the police for the Friday prayers. Police officials held meetings with religious leaders to maintain peace. At the same time, the people of the organizations gathered with the police teams, Muslim Tanjims, social workers were asked to stay in the area and share every information with the police administration. SP City Dinesh Kumar Singh said that in view of security, drone cameras will also be used to monitor the violence-prone areas, although the situation has become completely normal. On the other hand, DM Sanjay Kumar Khatri says that officers have been deployed in view of security.

On 10th, the miscreants set the police motorcycle on fire in the ruckus.

There was a ruckus on June 10

During a debate on a news channel on behalf of BJP leader Nupur Sharma, Muslims had protested after the statement on Prophet Sahib. Due to this, there was an incident of stone pelting, arson and bombing in Prayagraj after Friday prayers. More than 18 policemen and media persons were injured during this. During this, the miscreants set fire to 6 police bikes, while a PAC vehicle was set ablaze by the miscreants near Mustafa Tirahe. So far 103 miscreants have been arrested by the police in this case. At the same time, a case has been registered against 5400 unidentified miscreants.

This picture is of Atala Road, where the situation is slowly getting back to normal and people have also opened their shops.

Atala and surrounding 90 percent shops opened

After the ruckus on 10th June, the situation is now almost completely normal. While the streets are bright, about 90 percent of the shops around the violence-affected areas of Kareli, Rasulpur, Nurullah Road have started opening. Due to which people’s life has started coming back on track.

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