Mumbai, Jan 13 (PTI) Advising Mumbaikars to be alert,Police Commissioner Sanjeev Dayal today said intelligenceinputs suggest "the coming days are not going to be easy".
"We should be very alert. Intelligence inputs we arereceiving indicate that the coming days are not going to beeasy. Every citizen who comes across any information withregards to terrorism or anything that may cause problems inthe city they should inform the police," he said at a function''Role of Ulema-Karaam Against Terrorism'' here.
The senior IPS officer said "it is more than two yearssince the 26/11 attacks, but we should still remain vigilantto avert any possible terror strike."
The city police chief also advised members of theMuslim community to ensure their children learn Marathi asthis will help them in getting jobs in police department.
"Muslim representation in the police department waslow. During the police recruitment drive, the children of thiscommunity do well in the outdoor (physical) exams, but fail inthe written exams as they are in Marathi."
Dayal appealed to all communities to cooperate withthe police. "Believe us, we don''t pick up or arrest any personwith out any reason. Whatever we do, we do it in the frameworkof law. People generally don''t understand under whatcircumstances we are working," he said.