Malls, hotels told to step up security
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The city police on Sunday asked owners of shopping malls, multiplexes, hotels, cycle and scooter stores to upgrade security on their premises in the wake of recent blasts in Pune.
Police said they would conduct mock drills at these premises and action would be taken against security agencies and owners if loopholes were found.
"In the emerging security scenario, it is necessary that you install CCTV cameras at entry points and in parking lots, door-frame metal detectors and mirrors to check vehicles," DCP (Crime) Subhash Trivedi told owners of these complexes at a meeting.
"Our men in plain clothes will enter with weapons and other suspicious material to test security arrangements," added the DCP.
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