Fear of Stinger missile attack on Amit Shah in Patna, police on high alert
After this, vehicles are checked in all the police station areas of Patna overnight on Friday. Search operations were also carried out at hotels, bus stands and stations. However, the information about the meeting of any suspicious person or object is not revealed.
Bihar Police and security agencies are on high alert regarding the possibility of Stinger missile attack on Home Minister Amit Shah. Amit Shah's tour is proposed in Patna and West Champaran on Saturday. In this regard, an alert has been issued by the ADG Security, in which guidelines have also been issued regarding concrete security arrangements from the Home Minister's helicopter, helipad to the road. In the issued letter, it has been told that with the availability of long-range rocket stinger missiles with the terrorists, the threat to the security of the distinguished guests has increased. After this, vehicles are checked in all the police station areas of Patna overnight on Friday. Search operations were also carried out at hotels, bus stands and stations. However, the information about the meeting of any suspicious person or object is not revealed.
There has been talk of increasing patrolling with Atal, from intensive investigation to controlling the people gathered on the helipad, barricading around the airport and helipad and deputation of officials. Police officers and jawans will be stationed outside the airport. From there, anti-sabotage investigation has also been done in Bapu Auditorium and Government Guest House. Officials told that fortification will remain in Patna and West Champaran. Swan squad and bomb disposal squad have been deployed at the program sites.
The activism of the police administration also increased. As soon as Dasmesh Guru Shri Guru Govind Singh Ji Maharaj reaches his birthplace, everyone will welcome him by saying Ji Aayan Nu, which means you are welcome. There will be rain of flowers. Band instruments will be played with Dhol, Manjira. On Friday, MLA Nand Kishore Yadav reviewed the preparations for the reception.