Cyberabad Police Commissioner C.V. Anand called for a coordination meeting with Muslim and Hindu Elders from all Police Stations of Cyberabad in view of the Bakrid and Ganesh Festivities falling on 24th / 25th September and Immersion on 27th September this Year, after a period of 33 years.
The gathering was informed that this year the DGP has instructed all the district SPs to stop the sale of cows and calves at the sale points and shandies in the districts itself and also to start interstate and inter district border check posts to stop transportation. In Cyberabad, 21 check posts have been started on important junctions and highways which will be headed by a Sub-Inspector and men in three shifts on 24×7 basis till Bakrid. Moreover, each Zone will have a cattle pond to shift cattles which are seized. The Animal Husbandry Department represented by Dr.Varaprasad, RJt.Director and Venkateswar Reddy, Chief Vet.Officer, assured the gathering that veterinary doctors will be available 24 hrs to certify the cattle as per the laws in force. The cattle ponds will be maintained with grass, water, ramps etc., by the GHMC.
While the Muslims were advised to follow the laws of the land and not hurt sentiments, in a separate meeting with the Hindu elders, the CP Cyberabad cautioned them not to do policing on the roads and stop vehicles – they should be in constant touch with the local police and inform them. The Cyberabad WhtasApp no: 9490617444 was given to them to send pictures or messages.
Over 150 Hindu elders and 250 Muslim elders attended the meeting along with all ACP and above rank officers of Cyberabad. (INN)