Assistant commissioner of police (Gill) Gurpreet Singh Walia said that police had chalked out a plan to deter holding of night parties in farmhouses.
As per the plan, beat officer would visit farmhouses to keep a vigil on rave parties, gambling and cabaret performances and file daily reports. The SHO would also visit the farmhouses, followed by the area ACP.
The ACP said that farmhouse owners would be allowed to hold family functions or small parties, if they so desired.
It was learnt that police were taking the matter seriously after the cold-blooded murder of the then Moga DSP Balraj Singh Gill and Monika Kapila at a farmhouse at Humbran road.