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She Teams Deployed for Saturday's IPL Match in Hyderabad

1,200 police personnel, 60 CC cameras will supervise the crowd

Published: 02nd May 2015 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd May 2015 08:29 AM   |  A+A-

IPL Match

HYDERABAD: Ahead of the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches slated to be held at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium at Uppal here, the Cyberabad police on Friday said about 1,200 police personnel will be deployed including SHE teams.

Elaborate security arrangements have been  made in coordination with different wings, like security wing (250), traffic (270), law and order (600), Octopus (2 Units), Armed Forces (5 platoons), SB, CCS staff mounted police, two fire tenders with fire fighting squad.

In and around the stadium, a total of 60 CC cameras are being installed including the places at vehicle points, to cover the entire area, it said.

A command and control room is also established under the supervision of one inspector at one place to monitor all the CCTV footages for taking immediate action, a release from Cyberabad commissionerate said.

‘’Separate teams were being deployed for checking the movements of anti-social elements. Police visibility is enhanced to prevent anti-social elements to enable smooth viewing of the match and to help the spectators in any case of eventuality. SHE teams are deployed to keep watch on eve-teasers and miscreants for protecting women,’’ Cyberabad police commissioner CV Anand said. 

Police said viewers should not carry bags, cameras, binoculars, electronic gadgets, eatables, water battles etc into the stadium.

Adequate signage boards are being erected at different places for the convenience of the viewers.

Entry to the Stadium

In view of ongoing Metro rail works, viewers are not being allowed to park their vehicles on either sides of the main road from Genpac to Uppal ring road.

The car pass holders of G-1 & G-2 should come from Ramanthapur side (LG Godown) and park their vehicles in parking A & B near G- 1 entry. The viewers, who possess passes for entry into outer gate Nos. G- 2, G- 3 & G- 11 shall enter from Ramanthapur road (towards stadium) and park their vehicles in single line on either side of the road stretching from Ramanthapur main road (HP petrol bunk) to KV-I.

Physically challenged people, who possess passes are asked to enter from Ramanthapur road and can enter into the stadium through Gate No-3 (Service Entry) after parking their vehicles at parking place -B.

Viewers who holds passes for entry through gate No’s- G-4 to G-9 should enter the stadium from Habsiguda-Uppal main road ( via Ek-Minar) and park their vehicles at penguin ground general parking place. Viewers whoever possess complementary passes of corporate boxes and have access through gate No’s G-6 & G-7 should enter the stadium from Ek Minar and park their vehicles at Penguin ground.

Viewers having complementary passes of corporate boxes along with car passes and have access through Gate G-1 should enter from Ramanthapur road (LG Godown) and park their vehicles at parking place A or B parking places respectively.

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