Security tightened in Kashmir ahead of President's Visit -
Security tightened in Kashmir ahead of President's Visit
Posted 05 Oct 2023 12:42 PM


Heightened security measures were imposed across the valley on Sunday ahead of President Draupadi Murmu's visit on October 11.

The President will deliver the 20th Kashmir University Inauguration speech on October 11.

This will be her first visit to the valley since becoming the country's president.

The principal will reward the school's outstanding students/scholars from 2020. 400 students/scholars will receive gold medals, doctorate degrees, and master's degrees in philosophy at the graduation ceremony.

After the graduation ceremony, the President will attend a sound and light show at Dal Lake in Srinagar, where Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha will invite her for dinner on the evening of October 11. As per the President's security protocol, the Kashmir University campus will be sanitized a few days before the VVIP's visit.

A special review of information is being conducted on the records of all Conference attendees in any capacity whose presence is required during the event.

Beginning Monday, plainclothes and uniformed security personnel will be present throughout the entire Kanal campus, or more than 1,500 facilities, and campus access will be strictly managed through surveillance. electronics and people.

“It should be a 100% safe and secure environment inside and outside the campus and for this purpose there is surveillance by drones, electronic devices, police, paramilitaries military and all other necessary high-tech equipment as well as human presence,” said a senior student. official said. security staff.

Additional security exercises, surprise blockades and search operations were launched to deter anti-national elements and miscreants. All vehicles and pedestrians entering Srinagar city are being searched and additional deployment of mobile refueling vehicles and unloading gates was made in Srinagar and neighboring districts a few days ago President's visit.

“A key aspect of all of our security arrangements is that civilians are subjected to as little inconvenience as possible while ensuring 100% security for the President,” officials said.

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