Hyderabad: Twenty officials of the GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd (GHIAL) have been appointed as particular law enforcement officials to assist police in enforcement of Covid-19 security pointers.
The Director General of Police has authorised GHIAL officials to enforce the federal government orders to be sure that passengers comply by sporting a masks on the airport always. Accordingly, 20 officials of GHIAL have been appointed as SPOs.
These particular law enforcement officials’ authority will solely be restricted to imposing penalty on passengers, guests and workers who don’t observe the Covid-19 security pointers throughout the airport premises.
Station House Officer, Rajiv Gandhi International Airport Police Station, Shamshabad and different Cyberabad police officials imparted coaching to these SPOs. They have been educated on the utilization of the software program and process for producing e-challan.
Initially, the Cyberabad Police officials will handhold the GHIAL officials through the enforcement drive thereafter they are going to work beneath their general supervision. The appointment order of the SPOs shall be in drive from May 1 and keep in drive until July 31, stated GHIAL.
The Telangana authorities has began taking stringent measures to battle the pandemic. Night curfew has been imposed within the state and strict enforcement of sporting masks, and sustaining social distance is being applied by the state police.
With the target of stopping the unfold of Covid-19, the state authorities additionally issued the orders of imposing a penalty of Rs 1,000 for not abiding by the Covid protocols.
In view of the scarcity of manpower within the Police Department within the face of challenges amidst pandemic, the DGP licensed GHIAL officials to enforce authorities orders.