Amid Friday prayers, the UP Police are on high alert



Agra: The country’s citizens are incensed over the terrible death of tailor Kanhaiyalal in Udaipur, and today there is also a Jumei. Like last time, the police and administration have put in place strict security measures in anticipation of this Friday’s Jumei prayers. Since Kanhaiyalal was brutally murdered, the mood in Udaipur has been tense. Protests are taking place everywhere. As a result, security has also improved. Vikas Kumar, the city’s superintendent of police, said that, as in the past, the force will be stationed near the main mosques this time as well. The police will also conduct foot patrols in the morning.

He stated that when the prayers were over, groups of people would not be permitted to congregate outside the mosque. In the area of mixed population, the police are already on high alert. Social networking sites are being watched. The cyber cell and Liu have been informed. The area officer, SHO-in-charge, and outpost-in-charge will all be present during prayers. When the prayers have been concluded peacefully, the control room will be notified.

At the same time, the police city’s superintendent claimed that Tajnagari’s Jumei prayers have always been peaceful. The police communicate frequently with influential persons. The Peace Committee is holding meetings at each police station. People from both sides assist the cops directly. Inform the police if someone attempts to cause a commotion. Additionally, the police have issued a warning against spreading divisive thoughts and sentiments online.