India celebrates 63rd Rupublic Day, Delhi on high alert

Today on 63rd Republic day, New Delhi, capital of India, is covered with a blanket of 25000 police forces along with paramilitary forces to rescue any terrorist attack during the celebration.

Security is going to be tightening in the streets of Delhi by deploying thousands of policemen and snipers across the city. 160 CCTV’s are installing between the route of Rajpath and Red Fort to keep regular checking of any act of something lead to outward.

Besides it, thousands of sharpshooters from NSG and anti-aircraft guns have been on the different places of city. The govt. does not take any chances of little bit error that may lead to any type of uncontrolled situation and never left any fact unchecked to ensure free celebrations.

A terrorist attack had happened in the city for few months before last year, now for estimating any attack in the Parade place where President will unfurl the Indian flag and take the salute of marching contingents along with areas of city the military force has been activated in the route of parade. Helicopters of the Air Force are hovering around Route of Parade.

A Senior Police officer said, “There was special emphasis on anti-sabotage checks, access control measures and intelligence coordination. The entire route of the parade was covered by special security and anti-terror arrangements.”

In the parade, along with the president Pratibha Patil and the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will also be presented as the chief guest.

To grant the remission of 2500 convicts lodged in Tihar Jail who have selected very carefully amongst those maintained good conduct at time of prison and served for less than a year to more than 10 years, the govt. is trying to give the message of justice ruler in India by relief them on the Republic Day .

However the Forces has put restriction on the movement of vehicle on the Rajpath from 6PM yesterday, no vehicles has allowed to move from the route to ply the Rajpath until the celebrations will not successfully over.

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