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Kumbh Mela Police is preparing a plan considering all aspects of Mahakumbh. Modern communication rooms are being monitored along with improving the communication systems. Now Kumbh Mela Police has formed three WhatsApp groups. In these, police officers of several states including Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, UP have been added to the Inter State Group. Officers from the borders of other states and districts bordering the state have also been added to it.
The special thing is that the Nodal Officers created by SSP, Additional SP and other states for Kumbh Mela have been added in the border districts. In the second group, the officers of Dehradun Headquarters as well as the officials who are looking after the traffic arrangements have been added. At the same time, cyber cell officials have been added to the third group to take action against those who post objectionable posts on social media.
Instant information on increasing crowd pressure
If there is more congestion from other states for taking bath in Kumbh Mela and on which route the pressure of vehicles is there, the police officers of other states will share information in this group. The Kumbh Mela Police will formulate a plan to change the way of vehicles coming to Haridwar. Through which route for Kumbh Snan, devotees coming from other state or district to send for bath, its traffic plan will also be shared in the group.
Criminals will also be kept
The information of criminals will also be shared from these WhatsApp groups. Officials of other states will share photos of their wanted criminals in the group. After this, the communication police will upload these photos on its special software.
Three different WhatsApp groups have been set up by the police regarding the Kumbh Mela. Police officers from other states have been added to these. Other information including crowd pressure during the fair will be uploaded to the groups.
– Mukesh Thakur, Additional Superintendent of Police Communication Kumbh Mela Police