Hooliganism to be heavily dealt during Holi, about 5000 additional jawans deployed across Jharkhand

Ranchi: The Jharkhand Police is in alert mode regarding the festival of Holi. During this, the maintenance of law and order in the state is the biggest challenge for the Jharkhand police administration. On the issue of law and order, meetings of peace committees are being held at the police station and above all levels and people of all communities are being urged to celebrate the festival with mutual harmony.

On the orders of the police headquarters, the police in all the districts have already come on alert mode. About 5000 additional jawans have been deployed in the state from March 5 to March 9 to ensure that there is no law and order problem during Holi. Of these, about 4,000 jawans are armed with sticks. Apart from this, Rapid Action Police is also being deployed. Tear gas vehicles are being deployed in various districts with sensitive areas. 

Jharkhand Police Headquarters has deployed 5000 additional forces in all 24 districts of the state from March 5 to March 9. In which 2000 jawans in Ranchi, RPA two companies, tear gas squad and 25 lathi force and TG one unit in Jamshedpur, 700 jawans in Dhanbad, RAP 6 and 25 lathi force in Hazaribagh, 600 lathi force and RAP 6 company in Bokaro and in Giridih 250 jawans, 340 jawans in Chatra, 300 jawans in Palamu, 100 jawans in Godda, 100 jawans in Sahibganj, 150 jawans in Deoghar, 150 jawans in Dumka, 100 jawans in Jamtara, 250 jawans in Lohardaga, 200 jawans in Koderma, 100 jawans in Khunti have been deployed. 

Additional deployment of jawans, 100 jawans in Chaibasa, 100 jawans in Garhwa, 100 jawans in Simdega, 100 jawans in Gumla, 100 jawans in Latehar, 100 jawans in Seraikela, 100 jawans in Pakur and 100 jawans in Ramgarh has been done.

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