Mandi Ahmedgarh, Might 29
The police have launched a motion to teach bank officers about measures to be taken for stopping robberies and snatchings because the lockdown is being relaxed in a phased method.
The authorities at varied branches of banks had been advised to make sure that the employees involved was up to date and alerted about disaster administration plans. They have been additionally advised to make sure that CCTVs, hearth alarms and emergency sirens have been functioning.
This motion has been initiated as a safety measure, protecting in view dangers concerned with motion of individuals with masked faces because of current Covid-19 state of affairs. The police organised a number of conferences with managers and cash officers of varied branches of economic banks falling beneath their jurisdiction. Ahmedgarh DSP Karanveer Singh, Raikot DSP Sukhnaj Singh and Ludhiana (Rural) DSP Rajesh Sharma supervised the motion of their respective circles.
SHO (Metropolis) Amandeep Kaur stated bank officers had assured that they might replace the safety preparations as per the rules of the Police Division. Beat in-charges have been additionally suggested to reinforce vigil at and close to the branches of economic banks. Merchants, fee brokers and farmers have additionally been suggested to take preventive measures whereas transacting enterprise by means of cash. “Though enough security arrangements had been made for the safety and security of all concerned, staff at banks has to be updated about issues regularly,” stated Amandeep Kaur.
Sustaining optimum cash at ATMs and banks, stopping safety guards from doing non-security works, utilizing time clock locks to forestall opening of cash safes at odd hours, common verify up of arms and ammunition and conducting mock drills may assist bank authorities to remain secure.