Police Commissioner orders ‘crack’ on city hotels, lodges, pick up 105 for questioning

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CHENNAI: After the Chennai City Police Commissioner Mr. S. George ordered to crack on violence and to deal with iron hand against those creating nuisance, the Police on Sunday raided many hotels, marriage halls, mansions and lodges and picked up 105 people on suspicion and questioned them. According to Police, the check on Sunday was held on specific intelligence of possible protests and violence amid the tussle between the two AIADMK factions, one owing allegiance to party general secretary Mrs. V K Sasikala and the other group backing caretaker chief minister Mr. O Panneerselvam. Police teams conducted intense checks at 1,340 lodges and 540 marriage halls in the city. All 105 men that Police picked up on Sunday on suspicion had criminal records, police said. Police have been ordered to carry out intensive vehicle checks, especially at entry points to Chennai and on the city streets. The office of the Commissioner of Police had ordered all the police stations in Chennai to intensify patrolling and subordinate officers have been told to file situation reports on the current law and order situation in the city, police said. The police stations have been told to file status reports to the police commissioner. A senior Police officer told, ‘’The checks will continue. People who have been picked up from the lodges must explain the reason as to why they were in the city”.]]>

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