New Delhi:  In a fall out of the Mumbai terror attacks, the authorities have decided to launch an intensive checking drive in the National Capital Region (NCR) ranging from examining the tenants, servants’ verification and checking the records of guest houses, cyber cafés and details of PCOs.

Activities such as sale and purchase of old vehicles, chemical and explosives would also undergo a thorough probe.

The decision to launch the operation was taken in a meeting of inter-state police department, including officers of the border areas of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.
In the meeting, headed by Delhi Police Commissioner B K Gupta, the security strategy during approaching ‘Independence Day’ was also discussed.

 “To eradicate criminals, everyone would have to work together,” Gupta said after the meeting.

According to the Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Sandeep Goel, discussions also included loading information about unclaimed dead bodies, stolen vehicles and missing people on Zonal Integrated Police Network (ZIPNET).

Goel said the use of ZIPNET was widely appreciated by all officers present in the meeting.

Among the other officers present in the meeting included ADG Meerut, SP (STF), SSP (ATS), SP (Intelligence, Meerut), Joint Commissioner of Police Faridabad and Gurgaon DCP. Officials from Rohtak, Sonipat, Panipat and Jhajjar were also present.