Prior to the May 28 inauguration ceremony, the Delhi police increased security in the vicinity of the new Parliament building by stationing about 70 police officers there.
According to Delhi police special CP Deepender Pathak, there would be adequate police deployed to keep the situation under control throughout the event on Sunday.
“Maintaining law and order is our top priority as we prepare for tomorrow’s programming, which will include the inauguration of the new Parliament building. For tomorrow’s event, we’ll make sure there are enough police on duty, he said.
Notably, the Delhi police has been informed that certain miscreants may paint “anti-national and anti-PM” inscriptions on the campus walls on the day of the inauguration.
In light of this, the police have made the decision to place tight protection surrounding the new Parliament building for the whole day.