Special Correspondent

Gurgaon district administration keeps nothing to chance

Duty magistrates to maintain peace on roads

CHANDIGARH: In view of the call for a “bandh” on Thursday by the Gujjar community in the National Capital Region, the Gurgaon district administration has made elaborate arrangements to maintain law and order in the district.

District Magistrate Gurgaon Rakesh Gupta has appointed six duty magistrates for maintaining law and order on various roads passing through the district. SDM Gurgaon (I) J.S. Sangwan and SDM Gurgaon (II) K.K. Gupta have been appointed overall in-charge for their respective sub-divisions.

Gurgaon Tehsildar Narinder Kadiyan will be the duty magistrate for the Faridabad-Gurgaon road except the part of road falling in Sohna tehsil area. Sohna Naib Tehsildar Vijay Yadav will look after the law and order situation on Faridabad-Gurgaon Road in Sohna tehsil area. Gurgaon Naib Tehsildar Balraj Singh will be the duty magistrate for National Highway No.8 that is Delhi-Jaipur road whereas Sohna Tehsildar Rakesh Sharma will be the duty magistrate for Sohna-Gurgaon road.

Pataudi Tehsildar Manvir Singh and Farrukhnagar Tehsildar Rajender Garg will be the duty magistrates in Pataudi and Farukhnagar respectively. Mohammad Isak, Naib Tehsildar Faruknagar, Lalit Kumar, Naib Tehsildar Audit and Gyaniram, Naib Tehsildar Pataudi will be reserve duty magistrates.

Deputy Commissioner Police Anil Dhawan said the police had made large-scale arrangements for maintaining peace on Thursday.