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SC post Yakub Memon: sniffer dogs, Rajasthan rifles, commandos and more on campus

Sniffer dogs, armed commandos and Rajputana Rifles personnel might soon be common citings at the Supreme Court which is being audited for parliament-style campus security, reported the Times of India.

Emailed threats after the recent Yakub Menon verdict by the Supreme Court, prompted the move. SC public relations officer Rakesh Sharma told /TOI/ that, “public must know that we are looking at the security aspect closely”.

Once the audit report is finished, more steps might be taken as the report would assess the possibility of attack from high rises as well as use of drones for perpetration. Some sources were also cited stating that the security protocol of the SC premises would be at par with that of the Parliament including electronic scanning of car registration plates and increase in electronic surveillance.

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