Ayodhya, 11 May (HS): A unique security strategy has been developed for Shri Ram Janmabhoomi. This includes safeguards to keep Ramllala’s temple safe from air strikes. The security strategy has received preliminary clearance from the government.
Work on this will begin shortly. It should be noted that after the sanctum sanctorum is completed, a large number of devotees from all over the country and beyond would flock here to pay their respects to Ramllala.
Until then, steps are being made to increase security here. In this regard, the local administration, in collaboration with security professionals, has created a security strategy for Shri Ram Janmabhoomi. It was submitted to the government and approved. According to reliable sources, there is a specific emphasis on two aspects of the security of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi.
The first is protection from the Saryu river, which is extremely near to the shrine. The second issue to mention is aviation security. For this, cutting-edge technology will be implemented.
According to sources, State Chief Secretary Durgashankar Mishra discussed the temple’s security for about two and a half hours on Tuesday via video conferencing with Divisional Commissioner Gaurav Dayal, District Magistrate Nitish Kumar, IG Praveen Kumar, SSP Muniraj, and other officers. Senior government officials were also engaged in this. First and foremost, there was a discussion on the installation of critical safety equipment. The tasks for the first phase have been determined. Following the allocation of money, these were finalised for setup and operation.
The security strategy is being prepared for implementation by January. According to Divisional Commissioner Gaurav Dayal, in addition to the aerial security of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi, a security plan for the whole temple complex was devised and forwarded to the government. The government has given its permission in principle. The security strategy cannot be debated. Work on this will begin soon. It will go into effect in January, he added.
Note: This news has been generated from a syndicated feed and has not been written or edited by the Hubli Express staff.
The Hubli Express is on WhatsApp now, you can join the WhatsApp group by clicking the link >>>>> https://chat.whatsapp.com/Hrmohnx3bkrEJRIv9kQsyD >>>>>>> You can follow us on Facebook @HubliExpress