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Security intensified at Tata Motors factory

Security has been intensified at the Tata Motors small car factory at Singur following threat of an attack by Maoist rebels.

kolkata Updated: Jul 26, 2008 17:33 IST

Security has been intensified at the Tata Motors small car factory at Singur in West Bengal's Hooghly district following threat of an attack by Maoist rebels.

A high-level meeting was held in the factory premises yesterday to review its security after intelligence reports of a possible Maoist attack were received, Additional Director General, CID, Bhupinder Singh told PTI on Saturday.

"Instructions to strengthen the security at the small car factory in Singur were given after reviewing the situation," Singh said, but ruled out the need for additional deployment of police personnel.

After the meeting, the CID officials inspected the factory premises.

IGP, Western Range, Kuldip Singh and Hooghly Superintendent of Police Rajiv Mishra attended the meeting, besides senior district and Tata Motors officials.