Bharat Bandh Call Tomorrow: Kerala Police Warns Agnipath Protesters Against Violence, Destroying Public Property

Agnipath , Agnipath protests
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Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala police on Sunday issued a stern warning to protesters against any kind of violent activity amidst widespread agitations in the country against the Centre’s new army recruitment scheme, ‘Agnipath’ and calls for Bharat Bandh on June 20 by some organisations. The entire force would be on duty to arrest anyone engaging in violence or destruction of public property, reported news agency PTI quoting the Kerala police.Also Read – Bharat Bandh Today: What’s Open, What’s Shut | A State-wise List

State police chief (SPC) Anil Kant issued guidelines to the personnel to prevent violence against the public as well as forced closure of businesses, according to a release issued by the State Police Media Centre said. The SPC directed district police chiefs to ensure protection to courts, KSEB offices, KSRTC, private buses as well as government offices and institutions on June 20, it said. Also Read – Amid Cancellation of Trains, Flight Fares Soar, But Prices in This State Remain Static. Read Details

Besides, police would also be putting up pickets and patrolling important locations from tonight, the release added. Kant has directed the district police chiefs to coordinate the security arrangements through the Range DIGs and Regional IGs and that the Law Department has ordered strict action against those resorting to violence, it further said

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