Hyderabad: Revealing that a four tier security net would be in place, Hyderabad Range Deputy Inspector General Nagireddy on Tuesday warned of serious action against any person who attempts to disrupt the recruitment examinations for filling up the vacant Sub-Inspectors posts.
The recruitment tests will be held on August 13 and 14.
Talking to media persons after reviewing security arrangements for conducting the examination at BHEL area, Mr Nagireddy said that 4,000 police persons would be deputed to maintain security arrangements at the examination centres in the city.
The DIG said that the Police Department would take stringent action against those who attempt to disrupt the examination. “Anyone attempting to create any nuisance would be severely dealt with and criminal cases booked against them as per relevant laws,” Mr Nagireddy said.
He added that a four-tiered security network has been arranged to prevent any untoward incidents during the examination time.
The DIG also asked the BHEL employees to ensure that they attend office carrying identity cards along with them to avoid inconvenience.
Additional Director General of Police Ratan was also present in the meeting.(INN)