Uttarakhand: Winter Assembly session may increase difficulties from Wednesday

Dec 03 2019 05:45 PM
Uttarakhand: Winter Assembly session may increase difficulties from Wednesday

Dehradun: Recently the winter session of the assembly is going to start from December 4, which will run till December 10. Due to this, people in the area may face difficulties. Because in this period due to the imposition of barriers on the roads connected to the assembly, the movement of vehicles will be completely closed. In this regard, an all-party meeting was held in Dehradun today under the chairmanship of Vidhan Sabha Speaker Premchand Aggarwal. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Madan Kaushik, Leader of Opposition Indira Hridayesh, Govind Singh Kunjwal, Khajan Das, Secretary Vidhan Sabha Jagdish Chandra were present. During this, the Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Speaker and Minister of Parliamentary Affairs urged him to run the House systematically.

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According to the information received from the sources, it has been claimed by the police that during the session only the vehicles of the local people will be diverted under odd circumstances. Also, due to the protests of various political parties and organizations, traffic in one part of the city will be disrupted. Senior Superintendent of Police Arun Mohan Joshi took stock of the arrangements with Superintendent of Police Shweta Chaubey on Monday.

At the same time, it has been learned that he also observed barricading. Police personnel who do duty during the assembly session will be briefed on the police line on Tuesday. Director General of Police Law and Order Ashok Kumar and IG Garhwal Ajay Rautela also reviewed the arrangements of the session with police officers.

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Here will be a barrier
- Pragati Vihar Barrier
- Shastri Nagar Barrier
- Bypass barrier
- Defense Colony Barrier

This will be a force
For the information, let us tell you that during the assembly session, four Additional Superintendents of Police, nine Deputy Superintendents of Police, eight Inspectors, four Police Station Incharge, five Inspectors, 160 Constables, and two Company PACs have been deployed.

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