Ahead of verdict in a case involving Dera Sirsa chief, likely to be delivered on August 25, the authorities have sounded a maximum alert in Haryana and prohibitory orders have been imposed in Fatehabad district.
Haryana DGP B S Sandhu was in Hisar district on Sunday to take stock of the security arrangements. He was in Sirsa district yesterday.He said that stringent security arrangements have been made for maintaining law and order situation in the state ahead of verdict to be delivered by the CBI court in sexual exploitation case against Dera Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim on August 25.
“The Haryana police is on alert and fully-prepared to tackle any situation. The Centre has also provided 35 companies of paramilitary forces,” the DGP said.He said that their focus is on Sirsa, Fatehabad and Panchkula districts where heavy deployment of paramilitary forces has been especially done.The DGP said social media is also being closely monitored and senior officers have been asked to not ignore even minor incidents.