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as protests against Agnipath Center military Continuing recruitment scheme, many state governments and local authorities on Sunday, a day before Bharat Pandeh’s proposal, some organizations reportedly called for him to protest against discord policySecurity tightened in view of mentioned call.

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Here are some of the countries that have tightened security measures in the future of Suggested Bharat Banda:

(1) Haryana: Faridabad State Police will be deployed more From 2000 cops to ensure Law and order in The city. Up to 12 police blocks have been placed upVideography will be done to protect your eyes on opposite-social elements.

It was Haryana one of Countries that witnessed violent agitation against foreign women.

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(ii) Kerala: General Director of Police (DGP) full force will be on duty to me arrest anyone get involved in violence or destruction of public property. Provincial police chiefs have been ordered to prevent forced closures of Business, providing security for courts and offices of state electricity board (KSEB) and the Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC), as well as government offices and institutions.

(iii) Jharkhand: all schools in The state will remain shutdown, Rajesh Sharma said, secretary of Jharkhand government Department of Education.

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(iv) Uttar Pradesh: Reaffirm that Section 144 is already in place in In the area, Gautam Buddh Nagar Police have warned that the FIR will be registered against anyone found engaged / engaged in Activities that violate the law.

UP, too, witnessed violence during incitement.

(5.) Punjab: ADGP (Law & Order) directed force to monitor activities of social media Groups allegedly spreading false information about the initiative.

(with agency input)


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