Mangaluru: High alert extended - Verification in coastal districts continues


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP) 

Mangaluru, Aug 19: Tightened security, precautionary measures and verifications continued in Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts on Sunday August 18 as part of the high alert sounded by the government. 

The police conducted checks in commercial complexes, important temples, mosques, churches, airport, railway stations, bus stands, leading hospitals, IT firms etc in the districts on Sunday. They conducted in-depth checks in respect of people and vehicles which were found moving suspiciously. Night checks have also been beefed up. Check posts have been opened at the entry points of towns. Information is being collected in respect of people who newly checked into lodges, hotels, paying guest hostels etc. 

Fishermen have been asked to keep close watch over suspicious looking boats and to contact the police in case of suspicion. Fishing boats from Kerala and Tamil Nadu which were subjected to verification by the Costal Security Police Force officials on Saturday returned to their bases from Malpe on Sunday. The Coast Guard has also made arrangements to keep vigil in all places in the twin-districts where the boats get anchored. 

City police commissioner, Dr Harsha P S, held meeting of security officers of various public sector concerns in the city in which security officials from the airport, New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd, Bharat Petroleum, Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers, Infosys, JPC, Bharat Petroleum etc participated.

 

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangaluru

    Mon, Aug 19 2019

    Precaution is always better than the cure.

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  • YOGI THUNTA, MANGALURU - NEAR PUMPWELL CIRCLE

    Mon, Aug 19 2019

    Police should check the PG and sheltering BROTHERWOOD people in their houses and punish them severely that should be lesson to all ! mostly unknown people should not entertained by the people for mere RUPees as it might endanger the public peace.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Mon, Aug 19 2019

    There is no smoke, without a fire !!!!! Indian intelligence agencies, are now highly efficient, professional, well net worked, hence nore effective, especially, after the devastating, Mumbai, Pathankot, Phulwama and other bomb blast, in various regions of our nation..... Specific, credible, inputs, were relayed to the Sri Lankan, authorities, prior to the horrendous, Easter Sunday church bombings........ They refused to take heed..... resulting in the massacre of more then 300 worshippers !!!!! Our intelligence agencies, are highly proficient, motivated, to pick up, even the tiniest footprints, ot these demonic radicalized terrorists, active within the soil of our Republic !!!!!!

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