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CP alerts PIs against provocative speeches

The CP had asked all the senior inspectors to keep their own intelligence machinery on their toes.

Nagpur: Police chief of the city whose name is Amitesh Kumar. He has broadcast a message on wireless to all the station in-charges on Thursday against every person spreading rumors, instigators, and hate speeches trying to completely disturb the communal harmony in the backdrop of riots at any place in the entire state including district Amravati.

In backdrop of riots, a message was circulated against those spreading rumours, instigators & hate speeches trying to disturb communal harmony

City police chief Amitesh, whose address to the police station and the rest of the unit in-charges began around 8 pm, has continued with his strict instructions of up to 40 minutes on wireless and urged all the senior officers to deal with all sensitive issues very soon. And he has also asked all the officers of this area to implement Section 144 of the CrPC implemented by him in the background of these riots.

Top Police Directs Senior Inspectors

The CP had asked all the senior inspectors to keep their own intelligence machinery on their toes. He should interact with all religious preachers and keep a strict watch on all groups known for their own right wing views.

Along with these measures against communal tension. The top police have directed all senior inspectors to keep a strict vigil on establishments and shops. And also make sure that they remain closed till 11 o’clock in the night time. And he has also called upon all the officers to keep the situation under control in their own jurisdiction.

City police chief Amitesh Kumar has also asked all the officials to thoroughly check the blockade points and keep a strict vigil on all the criminals. Especially on all those people against whom there are also records of murder in the past.

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