Muzaffarnagar (UP), Nov 28 (PTI) Uttar Pradesh police chief O P Singh said there were no riots in the state for some time and programmes organised by the Vishva Hindu Parishad and the Shiv Sena in Ayodhya passed off peacefully.Also Read - IRCTC Latest News: Railways to Run 2 Festival Special Trains From Mumbai to UP, Bihar For Diwali, Chhath Puja | Full List Here
The UP director general of police, who was here to attend an event, told reporters that the state has been a riot free state for some time now. Also Read - UP on Alert Mode Amid Rise in Covid Cases in Other States. How Yogi Govt Plans to Contain Infections
“Programmes organised by the VHP and the Shiv Sena passed off peacefully under tight police security,” he said. Also Read - Bizarre! Man Tricked Into Having Sex Change Surgery to Perform As Female Dancer, Duped of Rs 14 Lakh
He said 4000 cases of cyber crime were pending in the state and the police were working on it.
He also informed that the dial 100 service has been linked with the railway police, fire service and the Health Department to provide early relief to the people in the state.
This is published unedited from the PTI feed.