New Parliament Building Receives Enhanced Security Measures Prior to Inauguration

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Increased Security at New Parliament Building Amidst Reports of Potential ‘Anti-PM’ and ‘Anti-India’ Slogans; 20 Opposition Parties Boycott Inauguration.

Round-the-Clock Heavy Security and ACP-Led CCTV Surveillance Implemented at New Parliament Building. (Photo: PTI)

Delhi: Amidst the ongoing controversy surrounding the inauguration of the new Parliament building in the national capital on Sunday, heightened security measures have been implemented around the premises.

Delhi Police Special CP Deepender Pathak has confirmed the deployment of over 70 police personnel in and around the area. Concerns have arisen as Delhi Police received intelligence inputs regarding potential miscreants planning to display “anti-PM” and “anti-India” slogans on the walls of the premises.

The inauguration itself has been marred by the boycott of 20 opposition parties who object to Prime Minister Modi leading the event instead of President Droupadi Murmu.

Delhi Police, under the leadership of Deepender Pathak, has emphasized their primary focus on maintaining law and order and ensuring the prevention of any untoward incidents during the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament building.

Pathak stated that their objective is to carry out the program smoothly and adequate police deployment will be ensured for the event. In a separate development, wrestlers who have been protesting against the wrestling federation chief have announced their plans to hold a peaceful women’s mahapanchayat (grand gathering) in front of the new Parliament building on May 28.

Wrestler Vinesh Phogat, speaking to reporters after a march from Jantar Mantar to India Gate, confirmed the decision and expressed their intent to peacefully assemble in front of the Parliament building.

Contrary to the announcement by the wrestlers, Delhi Police sources have revealed that no permission has been granted for the proposed mahapanchayat in front of the new Parliament building. In order to avert any potential demonstrations near the premises, the police have decided to close all borders.

Additionally, ACP rank officers have been assigned the task of conducting CCTV surveillance in the area, ensuring constant monitoring. Furthermore, the new Parliament building will be under heavy security coverage 24/7 to maintain a secure environment.

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