Christmas: Drones to keep vigil on crowd in steel city – Telegraph India

District police has geared up security arrangements at popular spots in view of the Christmas celebrations in the steel city and beyond from Saturday. 
Apart from police deployment the district police authority have decided to use drone camera for keeping a vigil on the crowd of revelers in attractive places like Jubilee Park in Bistupur, Dimna lake near Mango and Bhurudih dam in Ghatsila. 
Revealing about the security arrangements, superintendent of police (City) Nathulal Meena said they have decided to deploy over 500 police personnel, including lady cops in Jubilee Park, Dimna lake and Bhurudih dam on Christmas day on Saturday. 
“While 500 police personnel will remain posted at the three popular tourist hotspots, about 100 men will be moving around these spots in plain clothes so as to keep an eye on proceedings,” said Meena while talking to The Telegraph Online
He said adequate number of magistrates will also be deputed at these places so that the police personnel may take any punitive measure against the law breakers in consultation with the former. 
Meena who is SP (Rural) and doubling up as SP (City) pointed out that they have kept drone cameras in reserve and will use the gadgets if the crowd gets unexpectedly bigger during the Christmas celebrations. 
“Crowd at tourist spots like Jubilee Park and Dimna lake during Christmas celebrations does not get as massive as the year end and new year celebrations. But still we have kept drone cameras in reserve. During new year celebrations, drone cameras will definitely be used, ” said the senior police officer. 
Apart from the three popular tourist hotspots, police personnel will remain deputed in good number at lesser-known places like Modi Park, Bhatia Park, Ghorabandha theme park and Domuhani bridge area. Patrolling will also be intensified at marketplaces and important thoroughfares in the city. 
Large number of people, including women and children tend to turn up at public places during this time –  even from Bengal and Odisha besides the local region.