In view of the violence against the Citizenship Act (CAA), an alert has been issued on Friday in view of the prayers offered on Friday. Additional forces have been deployed in various districts. The drone is being monitored. Internet service has been discontinued for the next 24 hours in 21 districts of the state. These include most of the districts where violent demonstrations took place last week.
The instructions sent by DGP Omprakash Singh to the presidents of all the districts have been asked to continue the system of zones and sectors implemented for security and law and order. The imams of mosques in the districts have been approached and urged to appeal for peace after prayers. DGP OP Singh said that the situation is fine everywhere at the moment. Police is keeping an eye on all places.
It is worth noting that special vigil has been taken this time in view of the violent demonstrations in various cities in the state after the prayers of Zuma. A special alert has been issued on Friday for the Namaz by DGP Om Prakash Singh.
To maintain law and order, paramilitary forces have been deployed in sensitive districts. 120 company PACs and about 35 company paramilitary forces are being used to avoid recurrence of the last time. Apart from this, a large number of Sub Inspectors, Inspectors, Deputy Superintendents of Police, Additional Superintendents of Police and Superintendents of Police have been deployed.
Officers of all the districts have been instructed to use drone cameras also depending on availability. Police personnel have been instructed to communicate with the common people on foot patrol and senior officers should be on a tour. The system has been asked to continue to divide the zones into zones and sectors.
The imams of mosques in the districts have been approached and urged to appeal for peace after prayers. Special vigilance instructions have been given in the districts where violent demonstrations took place last week.
SIT will be formed in every district for investigation, arrest without evidence
DGP Om Prakash Singh has said that no one should be arrested without evidence in the violence against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). He has asked the officials of all the districts to constitute a SIT under the chairmanship of Additional Superintendent of Police Crime to investigate the violence. In a district which does not have the rank of Additional Superintendent of Police, constitute a SIT under the chairmanship of an Additional Superintendent of Police level.
In the instructions sent to the officers of all the districts, the DGP has said that no arrest should be made without any evidence. Whatever FIR has been filed, first of all, it should be ensured that on whom the crime is committed, action should be taken accordingly. In the arrest of the accused, there were no incidents of assault. The DGP has warned the authorities to consider only on merits, should there not be any kind of corruption.
Internet service will be affected in many districts
Internet services will be partially or completely affected by the District Magistrates for the next 24 hours in many districts, so that no rumors spread after Friday prayers. These include Kanpur, Lucknow, Firozabad, Meerut, Aligarh, Bulandshahr, Bijnor, Hapur, Saharanpur, Rampur, Amroha, Bahraich, Bareilly, Muzaffarnagar, Sambhal, Varanasi, Azamgarh, Moradabad, Agra. In almost all these districts, there was violence against the CAA.