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Left, BJP unhappy with Centre's diktat on terror
A Correspondent in Delhi | December 25, 2008 17:53 IST
Last Updated: December 25, 2008 18:24 IST
The West Bengal, Kerala [Images] and Gujarat state governments have reacted adversely to the "tone and language" of an advisory issued on 17 December by Home Minister P Chidambaram [Images] listing step-by-step measures they should undertake to secure their states against terrorism.
"The state/union territory government shall with immediate effect, establish a 24X7 control room to be manned by a young and energetic officer of the rank of DySuperintendent/SP in each shift...The chief minister and the home minister should invariably take a meeting every morning with the chief secretary, home secretary, DGP, DG/IG Intelligence and commissioner of police (of the state capital) to review the security situation and issue suitable guidance," the letter said.
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