In Pics: Security beefed up in Andhra, TN after twin blasts in train

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Chennai, May 2: Security has been beefed up at railway junctions across Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh in the wake of the twin blasts that took place at Chennai Central station in the Bangalore-Guwahati express.

Security has been tightened around important bus terminals and places of worship by the police department in the city and outskirts also.

At the Madurai Junction in Tamil Nadu, an entire contingency of Railway Protection Force (RPF) and Tamil Nadu Railway Police (TRP) were deployed for scanning the luggage and screening passengers, reported media. Similar pictures were scene at Kanchiguda Junction in Hyderabad.

A dog squad has been pressed into service to watch out for any suspicious objects. Announcements were made through the public address system requesting passengers to alert the officials and police personnel in case they stumble upon any suspicious objects found abandoned on the railway station premises.

Railway police sources said that all the personnel, including the ones who had gone on leave were summoned back for the operation which will continue for the entire week.

In Chennai

Security has been beefed up at the Madurai Junction railway station and many other places after the twin blast that took place at Chennai Central station in the Bangalore-Guwahati express.

In Chennai

Security has been tightened around important bus terminals and places of worship by the police department in the city and outskirts also.

 

 

In Chennai

At the Madurai Junction, an entire contingency of Railway Protection Force (RPF) and Tamil Nadu Railway Police (TRP) were deployed for scanning the luggage and screening passengers, reported media.

 

 

In Chennai

A dog squad has been pressed into service to watch out for any suspicious objects. Announcements were made through the public address system requesting passengers to alert the officials and police personnel in case they stumble upon any suspicious objects found abandoned on the railway station premises.

 

 

In Chennai

Railway police sources said that all the personnel, including the ones who had gone on leave were summoned back for the operation which will continue for the entire week.

 

 

In Chennai

Security has been beefed up at the Madurai Junction railway station and many other places after the twin blast that took place at Chennai Central station in the Bangalore-Guwahati express.

In Chennai

Security has been tightened around important bus terminals and places of worship by the police department in the city and outskirts also.

In Chennai

At the Madurai Junction, an entire contingency of Railway Protection Force (RPF) and Tamil Nadu Railway Police (TRP) were deployed for scanning the luggage and screening passengers, reported media.

In Chennai

A dog squad has been pressed into service to watch out for any suspicious objects. Announcements were made through the public address system requesting passengers to alert the officials and police personnel in case they stumble upon any suspicious objects found abandoned on the railway station premises.

 

 

In Chennai

Railway police sources said that all the personnel, including the ones who had gone on leave were summoned back for the operation which will continue for the entire week.

 

 

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