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Haryana witnesses peaceful parliamentary polls, DGP credits excellent police arrangements



Panchkula, 
12 May, 2019

Haryana Director General of Police (DGP) Manoj Yadava said on Sunday that polling for 10 Lok Sabha seats was conducted in a peaceful and incident-free manner due to excellent Police arrangements, decisive intervention and energetic patrolling carried out since early morning across the state.

The DGP said that round-the-clock monitoring of polling situation was conducted by senior officers through State Police Control Room at Police headquarter.
Police has taken all precautionary measures for ensuring peaceful polling due to which voters turned up in large numbers in their respective polling stations to exercise their franchise.
         
He said that not even a single incident of poll related violence was reported from anywhere till completion of polling. However, two incidents of violence were reported from Sonipat and Fatehabad districts which are not related to elections. More than 67,000 personnel from the State and Central Armed Police Forces were deployed for ensuing free, fair and peaceful conduct of general elections.
       
He also appreciated the personnel of police and other security forces who have played a significant role in smooth conduct of elections across the state.
         
Meanwhile, ADGP, Law & Order, Navdeep Singh Virk said that Police in Rohtak has arrested Ramesh Lohar, a history sheeter of Bohar village, alongwith his accomplice Sunil, a resident of Makdoli from in front of Vishwarkarma School in Rohtak area. Police recovered 3 fake number plates, 15 cartridges of 0.32 bore, lathies-dandas. Three vehicles with temporary numbers have also been impounded.

He also informed that two cases of electoral offences were registered in district Nuh and one in Rohtak.

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