The fair area is divided into seven zones and 20 sectors in view of Makar Sankranti festival.



There is also a GRP sector in 20 sectors. 1550 police officers and staff have been deployed for duty at the fair. Additional Superintendent of Police has been appointed as Officer-in-Charge in each zone and Deputy Superintendent of Police in sectors.

The fair police has completed its preparations for the Makar Sankranti festival to be held on 14 January. The system of traffic will be made today. On Monday, the police prepared its action plan for Makar Sankranti festival in the fair control room. Kumbh Mela IG Sanjay Gunjyal said that the duty of police officers and employees has been imposed on this bath. At the same time, the fair area is divided into seven zones and 20 sectors.

On the same day, the combined duty of Water Police, SDRF and Disaster Relief Team to curb the incidents of death of drowning and drowning of devotees on the bathing festival, all the necessary equipment, hari paidi, Bhuma Niketan, Premnagar Ashram including the boat , Jatwara Bridge, Namami Gange Ghat has been installed at sensitive places like Chandi Ghat.

Apart from this, five teams of bomb disposal squad have been deployed in the area of ​​the fair in view of terrorist incidents. At the same time, in order to remove the encroachment from the fair area and to maintain peace, cavalry police have been deployed in four places including 2-2 horses in two shifts.
This will remain Zone:
First Zone – Harki Paidi
Sector: Harki Paidi, Belwala, Rody
Second Zone – Gaurishankar
Sector: Lalji Wala, Neil Dhara, Gaurishankar
Third Zone – Bhupatwala
Sector: Bhimgoda, Bhupatwala, Pantadwip, Raiwala, Saptasarovar
Fourth Zone – Haridwar
Sector: Haridwar, Mansha Devi, Mayapur
Fifth Zone – Kankhal
Sector: Kankhal, Bairagi, Daksha Islands
Sixth Zone – Sadar Zone
Sector: Jwalapur, Ranipur
Seventh Zone-GRP
Sector: GRP

Teams will keep checking:
In the fair area, many different teams of the notification unit will be checking day and night including hand held metal detector and door frame metal detector in order that no person can bring any type of destroyer or illegal weapons. On the other hand, for the search of people lost by their families in the crowd of bath festival, Ganga Sabha Broadcasting Center, City Control Room, Railway Station, Haridwar, lost and found centers have been arranged.

1246 CCTV will keep an eye:
In addition to the radio communication system, the work of handling the network of CCTV cameras will also be done on behalf of the Communications Police. In order to maintain a vigilant eye in the Mela area, currently 1150 private / institutional cameras mapped as well as 96 police cameras will be used.

Force Status:
Civilian police force 1550 officer-employees
BSF 1 Company
CISF 1 Company
CRPF 21 Company
ITBP 1 Company
SSB 1 Company
Uttarakhand Pac 8 Company
SDRF 2 teams
Traffic Police 273 Officer-Employee
Notification Unit 47 Officer-Employee

Makar Sankranti warns of boycott of bath:
Small traders selling flowers, prasad, bangle, bindi, garland and cans for Ganga water at the Ganges ghats warned of boycott of the March 14 bath if the municipal corporation did not issue the identity card and license. At the same time, there was protest against the incident of home guards being beaten with small traders. Officials of the organization said that the Home Guard and the police administration are harassing small traders. The organization investigated the case and demanded legal action against the home guards and the concerned officials.

The meeting held in the office premises of Railway Road was presided over by Provincial President Sanjay Chopra and Operations Spokesperson Rajendra Pal. Sanjay Chopra said that for a long time, generation and generation of Ferry basket ready tracks (street vendors) in the Ganga Ghats and the entire Rody Belwala area have been raising demands for marking the location of Small Merchant Ferry, while the Government of India and the state The government has instructed the municipal administration to implement the Prime Minister’s Street Vendors Self-Reliance Scheme.

Fire Department is in the process of preparing its preparations:
Fire department has also completed its preparations for bathing of Makar Sankranti festival to be held before Kumbh Mela. Apart from the big trains, where the buggy and staff will be deployed, a design has been made. Trains will be posted at designated places one day before bath.

The bath of Makar Sankranti festival will take place on 14 January. For this, the fire department has prepared its outline. Three big trains have been deployed for bathing festival. Out of which one police post will be stationed outside Harki Paadi, one carriage police station Khadki and one train outside Nagar Kotwali. At the same time, three pump units have also been installed. There will be one Bairagi Camp Parking, second Gaurishankar Parking and third Motichoor Parking.

Along with this, fire personnel have also been deployed in Mansa Devi Temple and Chandi Devi Temple. At the same time, employees and vehicles will be sent to their deployment site a day before the bathing festival. At the same time, three bikes of the fire department will continue to patrol the city continuously.

Preparations have been completed for Makar Sankranti festival. Employee has been deployed where duty was to be imposed. Preparations for the Kumbh Mela will be done after this bath.
– Narendra Singh Kunwar, Chief Fire Officer, Haridwar

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