Maharashtra Police To Be On Alert Amid Political Crisis Top Official Took Meeting
Maharashtra Police Alert: Top officials of Maharashtra Police held a...
Maharashtra Police Alert: Top officials of Maharashtra Police held a meeting with commissioners and superintendents of police across the state and asked them to remain alert in view of the political crisis prevailing in the state. The officials have been asked to identify the possible trouble-makers and ensure that law and order is not disturbed in the state. An IPS officer said, “We are concerned about any law and order situation in the state, especially when the rebel group enters the state. We are also monitoring any possible violence by Shiv Sainiks against some MLAs who have joined Shinde.
Police alert in Thane area
So far, three cases related to political crisis have been reported in Mumbai and one in Kolhapur, the official said. In Mumbai, Shiv Sena workers on Friday damaged the offices of rebel MLAs Kudalkar, Sada Sarvankar and Dilip Lande after their posters were blackened. “Local police stations have been asked to ensure that the family members of the rebel leaders are not attacked,” an official said. The official said they are wary of any street fight between supporters of both the sides, especially in areas like Thane, which is Shinde’s stronghold. “We have put the Reserve Police on alert like the State Reserve Police Force to ensure that if there is any problem, immediate action can be taken,” an official said.
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An IPS officer told that generally, every MLA in his constituency has rivals, whom we fear will use the situation to his advantage. The CRPF may provide security to them on their arrival in Mumbai. “It is the prerogative of the Center to provide security to any person or group that it deems fit,” the official said.
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