New Delhi: The government has decided to increase the security arrangements of Mukesh Ambani, the head of Reliance Industries. According to sources in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Mukesh Ambani has now been given Z plus category security.
New Delhi: The government has decided to increase the security arrangements of Mukesh Ambani, the head of Reliance Industries. According to sources in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Mukesh Ambani has now been given Z plus category security. Mukesh Ambani, chairman and managing director of Reliance Industries Limited, was earlier given ‘Z’ category security.
The government has taken this decision after the IB report in which Mukesh Ambani’s life has been described as a threat. According to the Intelligence Bureau report, Mukesh Ambani is in danger, after which the Ministry of Home Affairs has taken this decision. Their security has been enhanced on payment basis. After the explosives were found near Antilia, Mukesh Ambani’s house, the idea was going on for a long time to strengthen his security.
According to the Yellow Book of Security, VVIPs who are given Z plus category security, have a tight security guard around them. According to the information received from the sources, 58 commandos are deployed in the security of Z + category.
Apart from this, 10 Armed Static Guards, 6 PSOs, 24 jawans, 2 escorts round the clock, 5 watchers stay in two shifts, one inspector or sub-inspector is posted as in-charge. 6 freeskiing and screening people are stationed for the people coming and going to the VIP’s house. Along with this there are 6 drivers round the clock trend.
The Supreme Court on July 22 allowed the central government to continue providing security cover to Mukesh Ambani and his family members in Mumbai. Apart from this, the court had ordered the dismissal of the petition filed in the Tripura High Court against giving security to Mukesh Ambani and his family.
A PIL challenging security cover to industrialist Mukesh Ambani and his family members in Mumbai was challenged in the Tripura High Court, with the High Court directing the Union government to submit the original file to the Ministry of Home Affairs. Had given. On the basis of which the Ambani family was given security. Against this, the Central Government had filed a petition in the Supreme Court.
A bench of Chief Justice NV Ramana and Justices Krishna Murari and Hema Kohli quashed the proceedings on a PIL pending before the Tripura High Court challenging Ambani’s security.
The Center had challenged the High Court order seeking security details of the Ambani family in the apex court. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Centre, had told the apex court that the high court had sought details of threat perception on the grounds of providing security to Ambani in Mumbai.
The Solicitor General had said that the security provided to a family in Mumbai has nothing to do with the Tripura government and the High Court has no jurisdiction to entertain the PIL.
The Central Government had filed an appeal against the High Court’s order asking the government to submit the original submitted by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) with respect to the Ambani family’s threat perception and the assessment report prepared by it keep the file.