Security stepped up at Kaiga Atomic Power Station

 Security around Kaiga Atomic Power Station (KAPS) has been stepped up in the wake of reports that terror suspect David Coleman Headley had visited states having nuclear facilities.

  Security around the station had been tightened. The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), which is entrusted with the responsibility of providing security, and Special Task Force are keeping a close vigil on visitors. The DySP from Karwar had visited the station following the directive from the Home Ministry to increase security. Superintendent of police Raman Gupta told Deccan Herald on Tuesday that the police were in constant touch with CISF officials on the security measures. Three additional check posts have been opened and combing operations have been undertaken in the forest areas around the station.

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