Tada Still Tense, More Forces Deployed

Published: 10th April 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th April 2015 05:39 AM   |  A+A-

NELLORE:As tense situation continues in Tada, a mandal on the border with Tamil Nadu, in the wake of the encounter in the Seshachalam forest of Chittoor district, the district police have deployed additional forces there on Thursday.

Additional Superintendent of Police Reddy Gangadhara Rao who visited the Sullurupet, Tada mandals on Thursday, personally inspected the security arrangements in the border villages and conducted vehicle checking at integrated checkpost located at Bheemulavaari Palem.

Speaking to mediapersons, he said that people must be vigilant and report to the police if they noticed shady charactors wandering in their areas.

 He said that the police deployment will continued till the normality is restored. He said that efforts were on to nab the miscreants who attacked an RTC bus at Tada on Tuesday night.

Meanwhile the administration has issued a warning to fishermen not to venture into the Pulicat Lake as the tense situation prevailing in Tamil Nadu might trigger attacks from rival groups at the Mukhadwaram of the lake which straddles the border of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. 

The APSRTC which had suspended the services following sporadic incidents on Tuesday did not resume the services on Thursday.

When contacted, incharge regional manager P Chandra Sekhar told Express that the suspension of services will continue till further orders from the government.

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