Jammu, Nov 21: The Inspector General of Police (IGP) of Jammu Zone Anand Jain Tuesday chaired a meeting, on the opening day of League Cricket matches, to review the deployment; law and order; and security arrangements made by different wings in and around the Maulana Azad (MA) Stadium Jammu and on all the routes being used by the players.
A police spokesperson said that Jammu-based officers of police, armed wing, security, traffic, CID and railways attended the meeting and briefed the IGP Jammu about the arrangements made for enhancing the security, law and order arrangements at Jammu.
During the meeting, the IGP Jammu emphasised foolproof arrangements in terms of security, traffic management, transportation, accommodation first aid for the cricket player and their team.
Jain, while briefing the officers, directed them to make adequate security and law and order arrangements during the event.
He also directed SSP Jammu to provide necessary assistance to traffic police where jams were frequent for regulation of traffic as and when the need arose so that no inconvenience was caused to the participants.
The deliberations were also held on the aspects of the security arrangements, being extended to the players, during their stay in Jammu City.
The meeting was attended by DIG Traffic Jammu; DIG IRP/AP Jammu; SSP Jammu; SSP Security; SSP Traffic; SSP PCR Jammu; SSP APCR Jammu and SSP Railways.
It was reiterated that as per the schedule for the Legends League Cricket, four matches, out of a total of 19, would be played at Maulana Azad Stadium here.
The first match in Jammu will be played on November 27; the second match to be played on November 29; the third match to be played on November 30 and the fourth match will be played on December 1, 2023.