In view of upcoming Milad-Un-Nabi celebration and Ganesh festival, elaborate security arrangements have been made by Hyderabad Police.
C.V. Anand, Police Commissioner of Hyderabad told media that a meeting was held along with Muslim clerics regarding Milad-Un-Nabi procession, wherein it has been agreed to take out Milad Juloos on Oct 1.
“We had a meeting with Muslim Community elders, who took a historic decision to postpone the Milad-Un-Nabi juloos( procession) on September 28 as it was clashing with the Ganesh final immersion on the same day. We have agreed to make security arrangements on October 1,” said, CV Anand, Police Commissioner of Hyderabad.
He appreciated the Muslims decision terming it as a shining example of the Ganga Jamuni Tehzeeb (culture) and the harmony with people are coexisting.
“This automatically leads to more development and growth. I appeal to all to exercise utmost restraint in their celebrations and respect the sensitivities of each other to protect the greatness of this city,” added, Police Chief.
On Monday, as part of security measures Hyderabad Police conducted a flag march in communally sensitive areas to ensure peaceful passage of forthcoming processions in the city.
“As part of security preparations for Milad-Un-Nabi and Ganesh festival, Hyderabad Police (South Zone) conducted a flag march in sensitive areas under Mirchowk Police Station limits. Flag March was conducted by DCP South Zone P Sai Chaitanya and Additional DCP South Zone Sheikh Jahangeer. Venkateshwar Rao,ACP, Mirchowk Division, R.Ravinder,SHO, Mirchowk,N.Dilip Kumar,DI, Mirchowk and Two Rapid Action Force companies and local police took part in the flag march,” stated, in press communique.
Venkateshwar Rao, ACP, Mirchowk Division told Media that the flag march’s aim is to instill a sense of security and safety among the public
“The police are doing all possible efforts to make sure peace. If any one is found in anti social activities then will have to facade harsh punishment,” said, Police official.