CP Sajjanar face to face about law & order in Hyderabad over GHMC Elections
20-11-2020 Fri 21:03
Cyberabad Police have become alerted ahead of the GHMC Elections 2020. Strict measures have been employed at Cyberabad Commissionerate. Cyberabad Police Commissioner VK Sajjanar said in Cyberabad limit, 2569 polling booths, 674 polling locations are there. He said 243 polling locations are found to be sensitive.
VK Sajjanar said 13500 police persons are being deployed in the Cyberabad region to check corruption and to prevent other illegal activities. He said along with Polling officers; two constables are deployed at each polling locations to assess the situations and inform the same to the higher authority. He has revealed the list of security measures for the conduction of the elections smoothly.
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