Post the attack that took place in Srilanka, Security Checks has been tightened at the Bengaluru Airport. It is shocking to know that eight people from Karnataka have been announced dead in the attack. The attack took on an Easter Sunday in Batticaloa, Negombo, and in Colombo.
In the wake of the assaults, city police official T. Suneel Kumar on Thursday gathered a gathering with administrations of places of worship, hotels, malls, transport, and Malls. More than 300 stakeholders participated.
Mr. Kumar trained them to introduce surveillance cameras and hold security checks as per the Karnataka Public Safety (Measures) Enforcement Act, 2017, and encouraged the partners to look after vigil.
Aside from surveillance cameras, the administration ought to likewise send things scanners and other security checks. “As the police can’t be available all over the place, individuals ought to be the eyes and ears of the power to help keep up lawfulness,” he said.
The administration of private foundations should look for the assistance of jurisdictional police for sending of satisfactory safety efforts, and they ought to advise the police about any suspicious exercises. He underscored the significance of lodgings and hotels to record subtleties of visitors with duplicates of government-affirmed ID cards. Door jambs and hand-held metal finders ought to be set up at key areas.
“The standard with respect to sending of security checks is pertinent to all spots, including private and open spaces, which see at least 500 guests consistently,” Mr. Suneel Kumar said.
The Police Patrolling is tightened in and around the city. They are constantly working on finding the culprits who are involved in the act. They are also informed to take at most care near the departures and arrivals of the flight and also the entry and exit points in Bengaluru. Authorities have been informed to increase the security measures or get in those updates in the existing security systems.