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Hyderabad: Police make elaborate security arrangements for Milad-Un-Nabi

The Hyderabad police have made elaborate security arrangements for the Milad-Un-Nabi processions in the city on Sunday. While observing Milad-Un-Nabi, several groups take out processions on the day.

Senior Hyderabad police officials met with Milad-Un-Nabi procession organizers and asked them to follow the rules. The Sunni United Forum of India will take out a procession from Dargah Quadri Chaman. It will become part of the main procession from Charminar.

The main Milad-Un-Nabi procession, which will be attended by approximately 1 lakh people, will pass through Gulzar Houz, Madina Building, Salar Jung Museum, Darulshifa, Mandi Mir Alam, Bibi Bazaar, and conclude in Moghalpura.

The Hyderabad police are taking extra precautions in light of recent communal tensions in the country during religious processions earlier this year during Sri Ram Navami and Hanuman Jayanti. Milad-Un-Nabi is also preceded by communal tensions sparked in August by suspended BJP MLA Raja Singh’s derogatory remarks about Prophet Muhammad.

“Special attention is paid to processions passing through areas inhabited by the other communities. An adequate police force is available to provide security to citizens,” said P Sai Chaintanya, DCP (South Zone) Hyderabad.

Milad-Un-Nabi Processions will be held in Shamshabad, Rajendranagar, Saroornagar, L.B Nagar, Borabanda, Sanathnagar, Musheerabad, and Secunderabad, as well as other areas of the Hyderabad, Cyberabad, and Rachakonda police limits.

Police officers will be stationed on rooftops and along procession routes and mounted police (horses) will also be deployed. The Rapid Action Force will also assist the Hyderabad police. The Integrated Command and Control Centre would monitor all Milad-Un-Nabi processions. Security has been increased in the Karimnagar, Jagtiyal, Bhainsa, Nirmal, Nizamabad, and Armoor districts of Telangana.

Every year, on the occasion of Milad-un-Nabi, a variety of programs are held, including public meetings, community gatherings, food distribution, and clothing distribution to the needy.

The programs also include educational camps and a variety of other activities aimed at serving the poor and bringing youth and communities closer to Prophet Mohammed’s teachings.

 

 

 

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