Ranchi, June 9: Tight security arrangements are being made by the state government following the two-day bandh called by the opposition Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) on June 11 and 12. Issuing directions through video conference to Deputy Commissioners, Senior Superintendents of police and Superintendents of police about security arrangements, Chief Secretary Rajbala Verma and police chief D K Pandey asked them to deploy security personnel at sensitive places, video record the bandh days and keep vigil on railways, highways and main roads, an official release said today. ALSO READ: Ranchi transport department goof-up lands MS Dhoni with hefty Hummer tax billAlso Read - Home Minister Amit Shah Welcomes Babulal Marandi as JVM(P) Merges With BJP

Police personnel will also be deployed near hostels and universities and be alert about demonstration spots and gatherings of the bandh supporters, the release said. The chief secretary asked the officials to coordinate with railway divisional managers and Government Railway Force and set up camp jails and lodge people from the same group in different camp jails. The DGP asked officials to video record incidents during the two-day bandh to identify people damaging properties, the release said. The DGP also directed the officials to keep watch on social media to prevent rumours. Also Read - Congress, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha And Jharkhand Vikas Morcha-Prajatantrik Announce Alliance, RJD Boycotts Deal

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