Hanuman Jayanthi procession: Tight vigil in Hydrabad

HYDERABAD: Hyderabad police will make extensive security measures for the procession that will be held in the city on Saturday to commemorate Hanuman Jayanthi.

The police have devised an elaborate security plan for the ensuing parade, which is expected to draw throngs of worshippers. All SHOs were given instructions to maintain law and order, make security arrangements, and cooperate with other government departments' field officials.

The inter-departmental coordination meeting for the procession's successful completion was conducted by City Police Commissioner C.V. Anand on Wednesday. The meeting was attended by senior officials from the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC), R&B, Electricity, Fire Department, EMRI, and Cyberabad and Rachakonda commissionerates' police forces.

Anand informed other government departments about the importance of erecting strong barricades, ensuring continuous power, cleaning debris, and cutting tree branches along the procession route.

In less than a week, this will be the second big religious procession to take place in the city.

The Hanuman Jayanti procession begins at the Gowliguda Ram Mandir and ends at the Tadbund Hanuman Temple. The procession is 12 kilometres long.

On Sunday, the Ram Navami Shobha Yatra ended smoothly. Thousands of devotees attended the parade, which was organised after a two-year hiatus owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. As part of the huge security procedures, about 7,000 police officers were deployed.

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