Pakistani pilgrims can come to Uz, the Delhi government will install cell signal blocker to strengthen security deployment
A group of pilgrims may come to Pakistan for the 811th Urs of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. Old Mandi Central Girls' School has already started making the necessary preparations for this.
Delhi Police hold meeting with party leaders after Rahul Gandhi's safety was raised in Congress. It was decided at this meeting that strict security arrangements will be made during Bharat Jodo Yatra.
The government is awaiting mandated instructions from the Interior and Foreign Affairs. After that, the police and intelligence agencies will step up security deployments in surrounding areas, including schools. The 811th Urs of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti will have a flag raising ceremony at Buland Darwaza on January 18.
Security arrangements in Delhi will look like this
On January 3, Delhi proposed the next phase of Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra, according to sources. Now the journey will be diverted from Delhi to UP. Different divisions of the Delhi Police will be responsible for the security arrangements in Delhi. Uttar Pradesh Police will be in charge of all further security arrangements once Bharat Jodo Yatra further reaches Loni area. Tighter security arrangements are being instituted during the Bharat Jodo Yatra following allegations of security breaches.
Let us tell you now this yatra is being removed in three layers of security. Among them, CRPF is responsible for the first cordon. Meanwhile, security services of Delhi Police, local police, traffic police along with cell signal blockers and all vehicles with security personnel were present after this.
According to sources, there is no list of those who traveled with and around Rahul Gandhi. Under such circumstances, more people entered the cordon set up by the police for the siege of Rahul Gandhi. In this context, with regard to the problems facing the police, it is said that no list of persons who have seen Rahul Gandhi has been provided.
While the pilgrims will be staying at the Central Girls' School in Purani Mandi, which has had many restrictions due to Kovid-19 for the past two years. This time it was normal. Therefore, a group of 250 to 350 pilgrims is expected to come from Pakistan. However, the Union Home and Foreign Affairs will only release its official information.
The administration is preparing to stop the Pakistani batch at Central Girls' School Purani Mandi. Painting and necessary fittings are being done in the room. After getting a green signal from the central government, door frame metal detectors will be deployed, cell signal blocker will be installed and armed people will be additionally detained - the police. CID-Intelligence will be watching closely.
Special Train - Bus Arrangement Zareen traveled by special train from Attari-Wagah border via Delhi-Jaipur to Ajmer. Central Girls' School can be reached by road private bus from Ajmer Railway Station. The regional government will finalize all preparations once official information about Park Jae Rim's arrival is received. Buses will arrange road or private trips.