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Security tightened in Jaipur for New Year celebrations Last Updated : 31 Dec 2012 01:45:03 PM IST File photo
Special police teams have been deployed at all key points in the Pink city to deter drunk driving and keep check on miscreants during New Year celebrations.
"Teams with breath analysers have been positioned at important points and stern action as per the Motor Vehicle Act will be taken against those found driving vehicles under the influence of alcohol or violating other rules. The vehicle in case of drunken driving will be seized," Police Commissioner B L Soni said.
He said driving licence of those caught drunk driving may be suspended.
DCP Traffic Lata Manoj Kumar said arrangements have been made to ensure smooth traffic in the city during the celebrations.
Traffic police department is operating a special help line for traffic related services and people may inform the police on 1095 about any incident or problem, Kumar said.
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