Ahead of Republic Day celebrations, the Delhi Police has intensified anti-terror measures in the national capital. Police Commissioner, Rakesh Asthana shared that anti-terror monitoring has been intensified after receiving intel inputs of a possible terror attack.
In an address to the media, Asthana said, “Delhi is always under terror threat, so we have to take extra caution. This year as well we are under alert. Security agencies is coordinating with Delhi Police to follow all anti-terror measures.”
The Commissioner said that for the past two months, the Delhi Police have been taking intensified anti-terror measures in the national capital. He listed the anti-terror measures taken under 26 parameters which include, intensified vehicle checking, checking of lodges, and tenant, servant, labourer verification.
Also, a total of 27,723 personnel have been deployed including, 71 DCPs, 213 ACPs, 753 Inspectors, and Delhi Police Commanders. At least 65 companies of CAPF will coordinate with these forces.