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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Kovur to plan security measures during the next election by March 18.

Sub-inspectors and circle inspectors started the inspection of all 255 polling stations in the segment of the Assembly Kovur to plan security measures during the next election by March 18.

District superintendent of police BV Ramana Kumar said they had set up seven checkpoints at borders, and on seven other entry points for Kovur segment of the Assembly to prevent the circulation of money, weapons and alcoholic beverages in the segment Kovur. Checkpoints became operational from Tuesday.

Border checkpoints were set up to Sullurpeta, Rapur, Venkatagiri, Pellakur, Kavali, and Marripadu Duttalur and check messages that border the segment Kovur were introduced to Annareddy-Palem, Venkateswara-puram, Sunnapubatti, Thalamanchi , NH 5 Penna bridge, Kisan Nagar and TP Gudur, Mr. Ramana Kumar said, when contacted.

He said the checkpoints will be held in three shifts and will be occupied by a sub-inspector, two police constables (civil), two policemen (armed reserve), a head constable and two home guards.

Officials manning the checkpoints were clearly asked to check all vehicles, including those of the Government, within the district and constituency Assembly Kovur.

They must keep a general journal and record the number of vehicles and type of vehicles checked.

The SP said he had asked the IG range Guntur to provide additional strength to man the checkpoints because they require at least 48 sub-inspectors, now, and the requirement may increase if a VIP visit to the rural segment.

He said they will also take the help of special police battalion AP located in Venkatagiri security arrangements in the election.

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