Maharashtra police warning after Raj Thackeray speaker deadline

Maharashtra police warning after Raj Thackeray speaker deadline

The Maharashtra police are “alert and ready” to tackle the deterioration of state law and order, the state’s chief police officer told Bibarud today. Police officers’ reaction came after Maharashtra Navnirman Senna (MNS) President Large Suckerley repeatedly warned of a “May 3 deadline” regarding the removal of what he called annoying speakers above the mosque. rice field.

“Police are prepared for all law and order situations. Strict measures will be taken against those who disturb the law and order,” said Maharashtra DGP Radinishses.

“The Maharashtra police can deal with all kinds of law and order situations. All police leave has been revoked. State Reserve Police 87.” The company (SRPF) and 30,000 home guards have been deployed throughout the state. “

“Police are responsible for maintaining law and order, and no one should get it,” he said, warning strict actions against those who disturb law and order.

“I appeal to everyone to maintain peace,” he added.