Bengaluru

Security heightened as prohibitory orders kick in

Police help desks have been set up in parts of the city to keep a check on New Year revelry and provide safety to women.

Police help desks have been set up in parts of the city to keep a check on New Year revelry and provide safety to women.

Security in and around the city has been hieghtened from noon on Thursday with over 200 checkpoints put up at strategic locations across the city and also at the entry and exit of the city to conduct radom vehicle checks ahead of New Year celebrations.

Patrolling has also been intensified on NICE road and ring roads to enforce prohibitory orders which commenced from noon on Thursday as per the revised orders the city police put out on Wednesday night. It was earlier supposed to begin at 6 p.m.

Women safety islands have also been put up at major junctions manned by women police personnel to help women in distress .

The jurisdictional police are conducting random checks at public places to keep an eye on groups and gatherings.

The CBD area has been turned into a no-man's zone to discourage revelry and enforce COVID-19 guidelines.

City Police Commissioner Kamal Pant held a meeting with senior police officers to take stock of the security measures .


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