Pragativahini News, Bengaluru – Important points from the Video Conference chaired by Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai with DCs, SPs and senior officials of the Education department on maintaining peace and order in the state.
*As the High Schools are reopening on Monday, precautionary measures should be taken to prevent any untoward incidents.
*SP and DC should visit the prominent schools in sensitive areas. Should ensure no untoward incidents happen in sensitive areas.
*DCs, SPs and DDPI should be in constant touch with the Principal, Teachers, Parents and School Management Board.
*Be in constant contact with people’s representatives, prominent personalities and seniors of the district.
*Action should be taken against miscreants. Peace meetings should be held and the High Court order should be complied with.
*DCs and SPs should visit the schools in their district and take stock of the situation.
*Should not bow to any pressure. Even minor incidents should be treated seriously.
*Law and Order should be enforced as top priority.
*Peace meetings should be conducted in sensitive areas.
*Suitable measures should be taken to prevent external provocations. Maintain vigil by sharing the areas.
*Local officials should take political parties and religious leaders into confidence.
*Vigil should be maintained against spreading rumours and inciting messages through social media.
*Hold meetings with heads of various organisations and institutions.
*Situation should be kept under control by taking the Principals, Teachers, Parents and Students into confidence.
*Everyone should obey the High Court order. Strict vigil should be maintained to ensure that not even a single untoward incident happens.
*Antisocial elements should be identified and they should be under watch.
*Timely action according to the situation should be taken without waiting for orders from the higher ups.
*Ground realities in the district should be explained to the media. Care should be taken against sending a wrong message.
Home Minister Araga Jnanendra, Education Minister BC Nagesh, Higher Education Minister CN Ashwath Narayan and senior officials were present.