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Security stepped across the country after Mumbai terror attack

November 27, 2008 14:15 IST

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Security was strengthened on Thursday across the country in the wake of a series of terror attacks in Mumbai that claimed over 100 lives and left more than 300 injured.
    
Intensified checkings and patrolling were being carried out at bus terminals, railway stations, airport, cinema halls
and other public places. Hotel authorities were also asked to step up security at their establishments.
    
In the national capital that witnessed serial blasts in September, policemen have been deployed in full strength.
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"Our men have been briefed about the situation. We have strengthened the security by having maximum deployment.
Checkings are being conducted at public places," a senior Delhi [Images] police official said.
    
Leaving nothing to chance, security has also been stepped up at railway and Metro stations, inter-state bus terminals,
airport, cinema halls, shopping malls and other sensitive points, he said.
    
Police personnel were also deployed across Tamil Nadu at places, including hotels and places of worship, where people congregate. A meeting of top police officials of the state was held on Wednesday night. "We have taken certain decision regarding security and we are keen that they are implemented to the best," Director general of police K P Jain told PTI



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