The processions will start from Mango’s Gandhi Maidan and culminate at the Dhatkidih central ground after criss-crossing Aam Bagan in Sakchi, Straight Mile Road, Bistupur roundabout, and Kadma. Zia ul Mustafa Qadari, the general secretary of the Tanzeem e Ahle Sunnat o Jamaat, said.
“The city has been divided into seven zones for effective management of the processions. Magistrates and security forces have also been deployed,” SSP Kaushal Kishore said on Wednesday.
Police drone cameras and over 400 CCTV cameras will be deployed along the procession routes and the event will be monitored by officials from the composite crime control room in Sakchi. The processions will also be videographed.
Dhalbhum sub-division officer Piyush Sinha said, “We have urged the mosque heads and pesh imams to ensure that the volunteers cooperate with the police and the administration officials. Any diversion of processions from the designated routes will not be permitted.” Streets at over a dozen intersections have been barricaded to prevent traffic movement on the routes.
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