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Jagannath Temple Security

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Jagannath Temple is the 12th century shrine which attracts large numbers of devotees around whole world. With the threat of a terror attack on it becoming a real possibility with the arrest of two IM militants in Delhi. Odisha Police has set up its security by establishing Singhadwar police station as well as police control room inside the temple complex to balance religious sentiments while devising a fool-proof plan to protect the shrine.

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SENIOR POLICE OFFICER STAFF

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Name of Officer

Contact Details

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1

Shri Narahari Panda, OPS, Addl. S.P. Administrator Temple Security

9437281448

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2

Shri Kaushik Nayak, OPS, A.C. Temple Security

9438631568

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3

Shri Ghanashaym Hembram, Subedar Temple

8895382128

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Safety Tips

  1. Remain alert and vigilant. for suspicious bags, packages or vehicles; people acting suspiciously at stations and airports, and report any concerns to the police or the appropriate authorities
  2. Many extremists seek other identities to protect themselves. Don’t help them by leaving important identification documents such as passports and driving licences vulnerable to theft
  3. Extremists also need money to finance their operations. They get it by both legal and illegal means. Make sure you are not funding extremists: take care of your credit cards and other financial records, and do not donate or contribute to a collection if you are unsure where the money is going
  4. Maintain a high level of vigilance and to take appropriate steps to increase their security awareness.
  5. If you have tip-offs or confidential information about possible terrorist activity, call the police
  6. All men & women entering the temple/Imp Places must pass through the DFMDs..
  7. Nobody shall be allowed to enter inside the temple/Imp Places with any article, viz. bags, vanity bags, packets, cameras etc
  8. Regular and continuous flow of visitors shall be ensured and none should be allowed to stand by or congregate in and around the gates.