AYODHYA: The upcoming Ram Mandir in Ayodhya will have an advanced hi-tech security system instead of the traditional one that focuses on the deployment of a large number of security personnel.
The committee entrusted with the task of deciding on the security of the Ram temple finalized a plan for it, which will now be submitted to the government for a final nod.
Talking to TOI, additional director general of police, security, Binod Kumar Singh said, “The new security system will be devotee-friendly.”
“We have received security recommendations of Ram Janmabhoomi from a central agency that reviewed and audited the present and future security system. Now, we have finalised a security plan and that will be implemented phase-wise until the new Ram Mandir is constructed,” the ADG said while refusing to divulge the plan details.
The existing security system of the Ram Janmabhoomi includes the Central Reserve Police Force manning the innermost cordon, Provincial Armed Constabulary manning the second line of security and the Uttar Pradesh Police taking care of the outer security.
Additional director, Intelligence Bureau, ADG, Lucknow zone, inspector generals of CRPF and PAC and local police and administrative officials of Ayodhya were present in the meeting.