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Strict Security Measures for T20 Match: CP Mahesh Bhagwat

Hyderabad: Rachakonda CP Mahesh Bhagwat says the Indo-Australia T20 match will take place in Hyderabad in three years. All security measures have been taken for this match. Uppal Stadium’s security measures were reviewed on Friday. In an interview with the CP press on the same day, he said, “There is a strong security device in the stadium with 2,500 police officers, and various units will be put into this security.” “The security of the stadium will be strengthened from Sunday morning.” I will come from Nagpur tomorrow evening. Intelligence Police will maintain special vigilance until players come to Hyderabad to finish their matches. He said a lot of people would come and everything was ready with no disruption to traffic.

He said subway trains run until midnight on match day, with additional subways and buses scheduled to run until 4 a.m. Monday, with 300 surveillance cameras installed for the game. Everyone sitting on the ground is monitored by cameras. Spectators participating in the competition are allowed to bring cell phones and headphones, cameras, binoculars, laptops, cigarettes, sharp objects, weapons, alcohol, etc. are not allowed indoors, and pets, helmets, crackers, and food are not allowed. outside. Selfie sticks and drugs are not allowed inside the stadium.

Spectators can enter the stadium from 4pm on Sunday. Two octopus units and a sharp shooter are available in the arena. Beware of pickpockets. Seven ambulance services will be provided at the stadium, he explained. They also offer snake hunting, so people who sell black tickets should be closely monitored, and if you see black tickets being sold, you should report it to the police. CP Mahesh Bhagwat said teams will also be monitored and will make sure the stadium is free of defects.

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