The police are putting last touches on preparations for a peaceful Bakrid (Eid-ul-Azha) celebration. By erecting checkpoints at all significant intersections connecting roads, they hope to guarantee that no animal that is barred from transportation gets brought into the city. In order to carry animals within the borders of hyderabad and Cyberabad Commissionerate, the livestock merchants have been requested to present legitimate documentation. In an effort to avert any violence with banned animals, the police have prepared for a peaceful celebration in cooperation with the Greater hyderabad Municipal Corporation.

In order to prevent any potential disturbance for the second major Muslim holiday, which is scheduled for june 17, the police have set up checkpoints across the city, particularly in the south zone. A crew made up of representatives from the local police, the ghmc, and the Animal Husbandry department will, according to the police, staff the check-posts around-the-clock. At the three commissionerates of hyderabad, Cyberabad, and Rachakonda, checkpoints were erected.

According to a police official, "policemen will maintain a vigil on highways and connecting roads around-the-clock and will stop all vehicles coming from nearby villages or districts." As per the official statement, nearly every police station in the South Zone has established checkpoints in various localities such as Mozamjahi Market, Nampally, Tolichowki, Barkas, Vattepally, Jahangirabad, Bandlaguda, Puranapul, Mangalhat, Bahadurpura, Santoshnagar, Kanchanbagh, Chandrayangutta, and Peeli Dargah.

The police on duty will inspect all the transport vehicles, especially those with closed tops, and record the kind of cargo, driver's name, and vehicle number. police officers are provided with a tent and flashlights for vehicle inspections at night. All cars transporting animals will be inspected, and any animals that are not allowed—such as cows and calfs—would be seized.
"The animals will be relocated to the municipal corporate facility, and a case will be filed for the unlawful transportation of the animals. According to a police official at Moazamjahi Market, "police officers are working very hard to make sure that the festival is celebrated without any trouble or communal problems."

Sanitation crews will be sent to clean up roads, ponds, and open drains, the ghmc officials promised. In case of an emergency, veterinary personnel and emergency vehicles would be prepared to respond immediately. Officials from the Animal Husbandry department promised that veterinarians will work in tandem with law enforcement and other government agencies, offering 24-hour support at checkpoints. On the eve of Bakrid, MLAs from the AIMIM party have asked the police to cease harassing cattle dealers and transporters with threats and intimidation from cow vigilantes, law enforcement, and other officials.

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