Ayodhya-Uttar Pradesh districts adjoining Ayodhya have banned their residents from travelling to the town for 3 days main as much as the Pran Pratishtha ceremony on the Ram temple on January 22.
The districts of Basti, Gonda, Sultanpur, Barabanki, Ambedkar Nagar and Amethi have instructed the safety forces deployed on their borders to not enable anybody to maneuver in direction of Ayodhya.
“Those who are not invited, are not allowed to enter Ayodhya. We will start evacuating the outsiders from Ayodhya two to three days before the Pran Pratishtha ceremony, ” Inspector General of Police, Ayodhya, Pravin Kumar, stated.
With the week-long rituals set to start out from January 16, the Ayodhya administration has carried out a complete plan encompassing superior safety and visitors administration measures.
The Integrated Traffic Management System (ITMS) has been aligned with public CCTV cameras throughout the town, making certain vigilant surveillance.
Ayodhya’s yellow zone can be geared up with round Artificial Intelligence-based cameras that includes face recognition expertise, seamlessly built-in with ITMS and monitored from a central management room.
This transfer goals to reinforce general monitoring and safety in key areas.
Around 10, 000 CCTV cameras have been put in at totally different strategic places in Ayodhya in view of the much-anticipated ceremony, stated Uttar Pradesh Police Director General (DG) (regulation and order) Prashant Kumar.
He stated the ultimate safety plan, drive deployment and visitors diversions can be finalised within the subsequent two days after getting the ultimate programme of the Prime Minister’s go to on January 22.
“Traffic diversions for heavy vehicles will be enforced for January 17 or 18 after analysing the requirement. Heavy vehicles will be diverted to other routes from Lucknow, Kanpur and other districts to avert traffic congestion in Ayodhya, ” he emphasised.
He stated the police officers involved are visiting and tenting in Ayodhya to offer closing form to the safety and visitors preparations.
He stated further police personnel have already been offered to GRP for enhanced safety on the Ayodhya Dham railway station and trains approaching Ayodhya from totally different locations.