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Coimbatore city Police to tighten New Year revellers

Coimbatore city Police to tighten New Year revellers

New Year Celebrations

The city police have requested the public to avoid taking part in gatherings and celebrations on the New Year eve.

In a statement that was issued on Wednesday night, the city police have asked the people to take the pandemic situation and the rising number of
Omicron cases into consideration while welcoming the New Year.

Pointing out that 45 cases of Omicron were reported in the state so far, they said all the infected were asymptomatic and had taken both doses of vaccine.

“People are advised not to attend gatherings and crowd public places, as it poses the risk of spreading Covid-19. People visiting places of worship, shopping malls, hotels, restaurants, textile shops and other recreational places should wear face masks and maintain social distancing.

Shopping malls, other commercial complexes and places of entertainment (indoor) should keep sanitisers, maintain registers for visitors and allow people only after thermal screening them,” the advisory said. The city police have identified nine crowd gathering areas, 13 important junctions, 66 places of worship and beefed up their presence there to enforce Covid protocols.

“Adequate police personnel will be deployed on Avinashi Road, Trichy Road, Pollachi Road, Thadagam Road, Palakkad main road, Mettupalayam Road, Race Course Road, Cowley Brown Road, Marudhamalai Road, Sathyamangalam Road, RG Street, Variety Hall Road, Flower Market Road, DB Road and other important roads to control traffic movement on the New Year eve,” it said.

Police have identified 45 traffic checking points in the city and would press 44 bike beats and 23 mobile patrol units into service to cover important and sensitive areas. In all, 1,050 police personnel would be deployed on New Year bandobast duty.

“Trouble makers, traffic violators, drunk drivers and speeding motorists will be booked under appropriate sections of the law. Ambulances will be kept ready at all the strategic locations in the city to meet emergency cases if any,” the statement said.

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While seeking people’s cooperation to keep the New Year celebrations a low-key affair, police have asked the public to inform them of any crimes and issues related to the celebrations at 0422-2300970 (city police control room), 9498181213 and 81900 00100 (WhatsApp number) to take appropriate actions. The identity of informants will be kept confidential.

Meena

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