Checking of Tenants, Servants, PG, Parking’s, newly arrived street vendors etc in view of forthcoming Independence Day-2018

Keeping in view of Independence Day-2018, Chandigarh Police is regularly conducting various checking exercises to avoid any untoward incident in the city. The various operations are undertaken by Chandigarh Police for the maintenance of law & order and also for the purpose of safety and security of citizens.

In continue of these exercises, today 30.07.2018, a special checking was conducted by all police station staff to check the PG/Servant/Tenant, Parking’s, unclaimed/abandoned vehicles, Newly arrived Street Vendors, Rehri/Fari walas, in their respective jurisdictions. Total 131 tenants, 128 servants, 48 PG persons, 45 street vendors & 114 parking’s were checked. Sub-division wise data is as under:-

Sub-division Tenants Checked Servants checked PG persons checked Street Vendors Checked Vehicles  checked in parking
Central 46 66 33 3 29
East 34 33 2 3 41
South 51 29 13 39 44


This drive being conducted under directions of senior officers issued to all the SDPOs/SHOs of police stations in their respective areas. These special drives are being conducted by Police Stations staff under the close supervision of SDPOs and SHOs. All the SDPOs & SHOs have been briefed about the safety, security of citizens especially Women & Children and maintenance of law & order in their respective jurisdictions.

Besides this, the Bomb Detection teams of Chandigarh Police have also started major checking exercise at vital installations and heavy footfall areas. Special searches are being conducted by Chandigarh Police with the help of dog squad and bomb detection team at heavy foot-fall areas, vital installations which includes busy markets, ISBT’s, public parking areas, Cinemas, govt. buildings, tourist places etc. Today the checking was conducted at ISBT-43, Sector 18, Sector 28, Chandigarh.

Such types of exercises will be continued.

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Editor in Chief of City Darpan, national hindi news magazine.

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