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UP calm after Sunday's Gujjar violence
June 03, 2007 19:54 IST
Rail and road traffic operated normally even as police stepped up vigil in sensitive districts, Principal Secretary (Home) K Chandramauli told reporters here.
"The situation is under control and there is no report of any untoward incident," he said.
"We have received reports that Gurjars have decided to hold a Mahapanchyat in Meerut on June six. The District Administration has been asked to take necessary measures in this regard," Chandramauli said.
Patrolling had been intensified on highways and rail tracks and the situation was likely to be normal in a few days, he said.