Sri Ram Sene to act tough on V-day; police tighten security
The Sri Ram Sene has said its cadres will maintain a constant vigil in the city to check that 'love birds' did not indulge in obscene behaviour on Valentine's Day.delhi Updated: Feb 13, 2009 17:12 IST
The Sri Ram Sene has said its cadres will maintain a constant vigil in the city to check that 'love birds' did not indulge in obscene behaviour on Valentine's Day even as Delhi Police has made elaborate security arrangements to avoid any eventuality on the occasion.
"Banners will be put up at several places in the capital. We have ten mobile teams ready to roam around the city and check that love birds are not involved in obscene ways," Sri Rama Sene general secretary Vinay Kumar told PTI.
"If couples are found indulged in obscenity, their photographs will be taken and uploaded on websites to let the world know about this," he said.
Kumar said India is the land of Lord Krishna and nobody should compete with him in terms of love and relationship.
He said his party has also set up a helpline number -- 9891616259 -- where women can complain about any harassment.
Meanwhile, Delhi Police Spokesperson Rajan Bhagat said that elaborate security arrangements have been made to ensure peaceful Valentine's Day.
First Published: Feb 13, 2009 17:10 IST