Udhgamandalam, Jan 29 (Agencies): Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu will deploy over one lakh police personnel on security duty for assembly elections to be held in May, a top police official said on Friday.

 K Radhakrishnan, ADGP (law and order) while speaking to the reports said that the state's police force numbering 1,05 lakh would be deployed for election duty. If necessary, Tamil Nadu would seek requisition of Central forces from Northern States, he said.

On being asked about law and order situation in the state, he said it was totally under control, without any major untoward incidents being reported.

As far as controlling cyber crime is concerned, he said a separate wing has been created for it, with experts handing the technical part.

Radhakrishnan, who as part of creating awareness about movement of Maoists, was here to adopt 14 villages, said there were suspected movement of Maoists in 421 villages of Tamil Nadu, bordering neighbouring states. There were also suspected movements in Kodaikanal and Theni, where some shooting incidents were reported some time ago, he said.

According to him, police had successfully prevented Maoist infiltration via the 'Red Corridor' of Nepal, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Bihar, and Andhra Pradesh to Tamil Nadu.