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24 Hours Surveillance by 4000 personnel to Continue by the completion of polling on June 01

SAS Nagar: In order to instil a sense of security among voters ahead of the voting day on June 1, District Election Officer Mrs Aashika Jain along with DIG Rupnagar Range Nilambri Jagdale and SSP Dr Sandip Garg on Friday led a flag march of the Punjab Police and Para-Military force in various areas of the city.

The flag march started from the Market of Phase 7, Mohali.
DC Jain said that round-the-clock surveillance to be continued till the completion of polling to keep the bad elements away from the voters to keep the polling process free, fair, and transparent.
She said that the district administration was duty-bound to maintain peace and law and order in the city. Flag marches are also confidence-building measures. She added that no anti-social element would  ….                               (App for Apple users- Voter info)
be allowed to   disturb the peace.  She called upon the people to exercise their vote without any fear and everyone should vote on June 1. She said that entry points of the district had been completely sealed and had been divided into sectors for security purposes.
DIG Nilambri Jagdale said that patrolling parties of Para-Military and Punjab Police personnel had been deployed to patrol the area besides carrying out regular flag marches and foot marching by the security forces, especially in the vulnerable areas as part of confidence-building measures.
Reiterating commitment to holding free, fair and transparent elections, she said that the district police is working in coordination with the Flying Squad Teams (FSTs), Static Surveillance Teams (SSTs) and integrated Nakas by excise and para-military forces have been established to keep a strict vigil across the district.
SSP Dr Sandip Garg added that the round-the-clock patrolling is on by pushing in 170 patrolling teams besides the installation of 60 Inter-district and Inter-state Nakas and regular checking is being done to thwart any untoward incident.

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