Rumours Against Terror Attack On Red Fort, Ban On Flying Kites And Drones
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Rumours Against Terror Attack On Red Fort, Ban On Flying Kites And Drones

 
Inputs of a terrorist attack on Independence Day in Delhi and thereafter are once again found. Inputs given to the Delhi Police from the Intelligence Department say that the terrorists are dazed by the withdrawal of 370 from Jammu and Kashmir and may carry out a terrorist attack in Delhi. Can use any government vehicle for terrorist attack. Security in Delhi has been beefed up after receiving inputs from the terrorist attack. The security of the Red Fort has been strengthened. CCTV cameras have been installed on the platform to protect the Red Fort.
 
According to a senior police officer of Delhi Police, the district DCP has been informed about the inputs received from the Intelligence Department. The district DCP has been informed to the subdivision ACP and the SHO. The station heads have briefed their staff. In view of the input of the attack, security has been increased in the capital and checking has been started by placing pickets in place. Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik had called a general patrol on Sunday and had gone out for patrol himself. The Commissioner of Police took stock of security arrangements at many places.
 
Northern District DCP Nupur Prasad told the media on Monday that the security of the Red Fort has been strengthened on August 15. Scaffolds are built to protect the Red Fort. Many checkpoints have been created. Apart from local police, security units, NSG, SPG and army personnel will be deployed. CCTV cameras have been installed on the platform to monitor the Red Fort. Around 800 cameras have been placed around the Red Fort. Face reading software is being used.
 
Ban on kites and drones
North District DCP Nupur Prasad said that the flying of drones has been banned in and around the Red Fort. Along with drones, flying kites will also be prohibited. During the Red Fort program, kite flying will be prohibited from 7:30 am to 8:30 pm. 10 companies have been deployed to protect the Red Fort. HD cameras of up to five kilometers range have been installed.

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