The Deputy Superintendent of Police (Dargah) took a meeting with the soldiers posted in Dargah security
Ajmer. After the terrorist Mohammad Ashraf caught in Delhi, the district police also became active. On Thursday, the Deputy Superintendent of Police (Dargah) Raghuveer Prasad Sharma, Dargah Police Officer Dalbir Singh Faujdar taught the lessons of Do’s and Don’ts (Do’s and Don’ts) to the jawans posted in Dargah Security. The soldiers were also advised to behave well with the pilgrims coming to the dargah.
On Thursday, at 3.30 pm, a meeting was held with RAC personnel and Hadirani Battalion women personnel at Dargah police station under the chairmanship of CO Dargah Raghuveer Prasad Sharma. Sharma said that the place where the RAC jawans have been given the responsibility of security is a religious place of international level. Not only the country but also foreign pilgrims come here. The security of the dargah is an important responsibility. He said that the arrival of Zareen in the dargah has increased continuously since the last few days. In such a situation, the jawans of the force need to be ready 24 hours.
stay away from controversy
Sharma said that the RAC jawans have been given an important responsibility at the entrance to the dargah security. In this dealing with search is also important. A small mistake and misbehavior can spoil the image of the police. In such a situation, do not misbehave with Zarine. In case of problem, inform the Dargah police station.
search is important
Dargah police station officer Dalbir Singh Faujdar told the jawans that the search is an important part of the security of the Dargah. The search should be done properly. In case of any suspicious person, immediately inform the duty officer.