Chandigarh, Nov 27 (UNI) Haryana Government today strengthened its security measures in the state in view of the terrorist attack and serial bomb blasts in Mumbai and directed its senior officials in the district to pay particular attention to the security of foreigners staying in hotels and other places, particularly in Gurgaon and the entire National Capital Region (NCR).
While stating this here today, a spokesman of Haryana Home Department said instructions had been issued to Commissioner of Police, Gurgaon, all Deputy Commissioners, all Superintendents of Police, Deputy Commissioner of Police in Gurgaon and Superintendent of Police Railways, Ambala Cantt to ensure special vigil and strengthening of security arrangements.
He said the officials have also been directed to pay special attention towards the security of foreigners staying in various parts of the state including in hotels and guest houses.
While cautioning them that battle against terrorism is long drawn, he said they have also been asked to continuously review the effectiveness of the security arrangements made.
He said it has been decided to deploy briefed checkposts on highways and city roads for surprise checking. Security of all posh hotels, guest houses and resorts where foreigners usually stay and of all vital installations and religious places had been strengthened.
The security of malls, five-star or posh hotels and other high rise buildings would be reviewed with their management and it would be ensured that all required security arrangements like CCTVs, drop-gates, DFMDs, fire fighting and manual frisking are being followed.
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