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Nagaland Govt to raise tourist police

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DIMAPUR, Nov 11 - The Nagaland Government will raise a tourist police force, comprising 100 personnel, before the upcoming Hornbill Festival at Kisama in Kohima district beginning December 1.

Kohima senior superintendent of police Vekhosa Chakhesang told media persons in Kohima on Friday that the Nagaland police are working to raise the special police squad to ensure the safety of tourists in the popular annual winter festival in Kisama. Around 100 police personnel from the State police will be given specialised training in association with the Tourism department for induction in the tourist police, he said.

The police department under the initiative of Inspector General of Police (Range) Sonia Singh is on the job to train and deploy the manpower.

�We are planning to launch the squad before the Hornbill Festival,� Chakhesang stated.

Chakhesang said five days of training for the tourist police to be conducted by the Nagaland police and Tourism department is scheduled in mid-November. The SP also sought cooperation of the Assam Rifles, other paramilitary forces and the general public to ensure safety and security of the tourists.

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Nagaland Govt to raise tourist police

DIMAPUR, Nov 11 - The Nagaland Government will raise a tourist police force, comprising 100 personnel, before the upcoming Hornbill Festival at Kisama in Kohima district beginning December 1.

Kohima senior superintendent of police Vekhosa Chakhesang told media persons in Kohima on Friday that the Nagaland police are working to raise the special police squad to ensure the safety of tourists in the popular annual winter festival in Kisama. Around 100 police personnel from the State police will be given specialised training in association with the Tourism department for induction in the tourist police, he said.

The police department under the initiative of Inspector General of Police (Range) Sonia Singh is on the job to train and deploy the manpower.

�We are planning to launch the squad before the Hornbill Festival,� Chakhesang stated.

Chakhesang said five days of training for the tourist police to be conducted by the Nagaland police and Tourism department is scheduled in mid-November. The SP also sought cooperation of the Assam Rifles, other paramilitary forces and the general public to ensure safety and security of the tourists.

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