Security tightened at Kausambi station due to Arvind Kejriwal's visit
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Security was on Saturday beefed up at the Kausambi Metro Station in view of AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal's decision to take the metro to Ramlila Maidan from here to take oath as the Delhi Chief Minister.
Kejriwal along with Manish Sisodia and other AAP supporters will take the train from Kausambi Metro Station around 11 AM.
Additional security personnel from CISF have been deployed at the station. Besides, Uttar Pradesh Police personnel have also been deployed around Kausambi Metro Station.
"Security has been beefed up at the station.We are maintaining a high vigil ahead of Kejriwal's visit at station," said an official of CISF, who didn't wish to be named.
High-level meetings are going on in which CISF are constantly reviewing arrangements at the station.
CISF official said that some of its personnel will also travel in the same coach in which Kejriwal will be travelling in order to guard him.
Kejriwal will get off the train at Rajiv Chowk Metro station from he will take the Barakambha-bound metro.
A large number of people have gathered at the Kausambi Metro station to see Kejriwal.
Kejriwal had said Friday that he will take the metro to Ramlila Maidan to take oath as the Delhi Chief Minister.
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