India Vs Pakistan World Cup 2023 Match Will Be Play In High Security

India Vs Pakistan World Cup 2023 Match Will Be Play In High Security: The match between India and Pakistan in the ICC ODI World Cup will be played on 14 October. This clash is to be held at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

Before this mega-match, the police administration made strict security arrangements. Apart from this, security agencies have also completed all preparations. Ahmedabad Police officer has given important information in this regard.

India Vs Pakistan World Cup 2023 Match Will Be Play In High Security

Over 11,000 personnel from various agencies, including Gujarat Police, NSG, RAF, and Home Guards, will be deployed in Ahmedabad and the Narendra Modi Stadium here during the India-Pakistan World Cup cricket match on October 14, a senior police officer said. He said that following the threats, high-level security arrangements have been made.

Ahmedabad Police Commissioner G S Malik said, ‘Ahmedabad has never seen communal violence during cricket matches played in the city in the last 20 years, but as a precaution, security forces have been deployed in several communally sensitive areas. Will be deployed.

Earlier in the day, Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel met Minister of State for Home Harsh Sanghvi, state Director General of Police Vikas Sahay, GS Malik, and other senior police officials in Gandhinagar to review the police’s action plan for ensuring the high-profile Games.

Addressing a press conference in the evening, Malik said the Chief Minister has reviewed the security preparations and directed the police to take all necessary steps to ensure that no untoward incident takes place during the match.

What Did Malik Say About India Vs Pakistan World Cup 2023 Match Security?

Malik said elaborate security arrangements have been made keeping in mind factors such as the movement of more than 1 lakh spectators at the stadium and the recent threat issued by unidentified persons through an email.

Malik said, ‘Along with more than 7,000 police personnel, we will deploy around 4,000 home guards to protect the stadium during the match and maintain law and order in communally sensitive areas of the city. Apart from this personnel, we will deploy three ‘hit teams’. An anti-drone team of NSG and nine bomb detection and disposal squad teams will also be utilized.

He said four senior IPS officers of the rank of Inspector General and Deputy Inspector General and 21 officers of the rank of Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) will monitor and guide the personnel on the match day.

He further said, ‘Apart from 13 companies of State Reserve Police (SRP), we will deploy three companies of Rapid Action Force as part of our security arrangements. The RAF will keep an eye on communally sensitive areas of the city. We have already prepared an evacuation plan to help people and rehearsals are also going on in the stadium.’

He said, “To respond to any chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) emergency during the match, teams of State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) and National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have also been deployed in the city.”

According to reports, Mumbai Police received an email in which an unknown sender threatened to harm the Prime Minister and blow up the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The sender also demanded Rs 500 crore and the release of notorious gangster Lawrence Bishnoi from jail.

Malik said such threats have been duly “evaluated” by the city police and it was found that the mail was sent from a foreign location. He said, ‘We have assessed such threats and planned our deployment accordingly. Moreover, when more than one lakh spectators are coming to watch the match, such elaborate security arrangements are necessary.’ Malik said that the city police are well prepared to deal with any situation.

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