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Operational Group meeting reviews security scenario

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, April 5 - In the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections, the Operational Group meeting chaired by Lt Gen Manoj Pande, GOC Gajraj Corps was held today at Narangi Cantonment to review the prevailing security situation in the entire North East in general and Assam in particular.

The meeting was attended by DGP Assam Kuladhar Saikia and other senior functionaries of the State administration including Ashutosh Agnihotri, Commissioner & Secretary (Home & Political), Hiren Nath, IGP (SB) and Tapan Kumar Deka, Additional Director SIB (MHA). Representatives from other security agencies like BSF, CRPF and SSB also attended the meeting.

The meeting also underscored the need to avoid any adverse law-and-order situation in the wake of the recent developments over the Citizenship Amendment Bill, ST Bill and other contentious issues.

All issues covering intelligence, law and order and CI/CT operations were deliberated upon and plans formulated to ensure an incident-free conduct of the Parliamentary elections, said a press release here.

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Operational Group meeting reviews security scenario

GUWAHATI, April 5 - In the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections, the Operational Group meeting chaired by Lt Gen Manoj Pande, GOC Gajraj Corps was held today at Narangi Cantonment to review the prevailing security situation in the entire North East in general and Assam in particular.

The meeting was attended by DGP Assam Kuladhar Saikia and other senior functionaries of the State administration including Ashutosh Agnihotri, Commissioner & Secretary (Home & Political), Hiren Nath, IGP (SB) and Tapan Kumar Deka, Additional Director SIB (MHA). Representatives from other security agencies like BSF, CRPF and SSB also attended the meeting.

The meeting also underscored the need to avoid any adverse law-and-order situation in the wake of the recent developments over the Citizenship Amendment Bill, ST Bill and other contentious issues.

All issues covering intelligence, law and order and CI/CT operations were deliberated upon and plans formulated to ensure an incident-free conduct of the Parliamentary elections, said a press release here.

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