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Commissioner Yogeshwar Ram Mishra, DIG R.P. Singh, ADG RK Singh, DM Divya Mittal and SP Santosh Kumar Mishra
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is arriving in the district on September 24. Regarding this, Additional Director General of Police Varanasi Zone Ramkumar Singh held a meeting at the Police Lines. In the meeting, the Divisional Commissioner Vindhyachal Mandal Yogeshwar Ram Mishra, Deputy Inspector General of Police Vindhyachal Range RP Singh, District Magistrate Divya Mittal and Superintendent of Police Santosh Kumar Mishra and the officers and employees of PAC and police engaged in security arrangements held a briefing.
Senior officers briefing police officers and employees
Point wise information given to the soldiers engaged in duty
During the briefing, officers and employees of the police force who came on duty from district and non-district were given point-wise information about the duties and route arrangement in view of the highest security category arrangement of VIPs. The officers and employees appointed at various points were instructed to discharge their duties efficiently with full vigilance and promptness.
Officers inspecting Police Line Helipad
inspection of helipad
After inspecting the helipad located at Police Line Parade Ground, necessary instructions were given to the concerned after inspecting the helipad safety standards. Safe houses, helipads, route arrangements and other types of security arrangements were also reviewed.
Discussion on the point of security in Vindhya Dham
Thereafter, Additional Director of Police Zone visited Vindhya Dham complex and Vindhya Corridor under construction and took stock of the security arrangements. While reviewing the police force at the designated point for duty in Dham, necessary guidelines were given. During this, Additional Superintendent of Police City Shrikant Prajapati, Additional Superintendent of Police Operation Mahesh Atri, other senior officers of Revenue Department, officers and employees from district and non-district were present.